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Trinidad guardian
Added title page title:
Sunday guardian
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Trinidad Pub. Co. Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Port of Spain, Trinidad
Publication Date:


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Newspapers -- Port of Spain (Trinidad and Tobago)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Trinidad and Tobago   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Trinidad and Tobago -- Port of Spain


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Also available on microfilm from University Microfilms.
Additional Physical Form:
Current issue also available on the Internet.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began with Sept. 2, 1917 issue.
General Note:
Description based on: 25th year, no. 7404 (Jan. 1. 1942).
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 71st year, no. 22316 (Mar. 31, 1988).

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ltuf - ABZ3083
oclc - 12086429
alephbibnum - 000354929
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k Marshal At 'Treason Trial'

Saesnamylng this German hete, supplied by Presaes IM
Sleli Marshal Erwia n v Wltseben (stadlng) testyiaa
Stthe ceipmraePy to kiln Adelf Hitler. Berlin broadcasts a
w y gesees were esvleted of hith treason and hanged. Th
f Yoerk by radio from 8'eckhelm.-(AP

'Aan Defence


iw East Prussia
Aug. 21 (AP).-Russian troops, wheeling northeast of
SEast Prussia, today shattered the 20-mile section of the
line based along the railway to Blalystok, and Berlin
t forces 150.000 strong had opened the long-dormant
H It with an offensive.
Bulletin said Mar- --
0tin Rokossovsky'b __________________ __
I N50 localities includ- .-*-.- --
s stations of Tuluszcz, De Gaulle Names
and Zieleniec. On(
zc, is only it Paris Governor
of Praga, eastern
WI. ,. LONDOM. Aug. 21 (AP).-
me in western Lbt- Radlio Bretagne controlled by
ver, acknowledged. General Charles de Gaulle
abandoned Tukuas, announced today that General
of Riga in the Rus- Koeny. Commanding the
which for paer- French stores of the Interior,
hemmed in P0s- has been named Military Gov-
BP a 921tifti in ernor of Paris.
and 2trt. AThe broadcast said: "By de-
,- the reconquest of ere, dated August 21. sign d Ly
niles Inland from Oenferal de Gaulle, the Ptovi-
il resultedd In the signal Oavernment has nom-
of "te nparlUly Inated Oeneral Koenig as Mill-
with the asranded tary delegate for the northern
es, but Moscow did zone as Mllitarv Governor of
this 'rt of the Oer- Paris and Military Reglon.
Latvia and Estonia, "'--- .. .
t armies were driv-
ward Rig their D ealt
hnB55 miles of that apajJ al
*0M localites was taken I~ o ykia
Se, the comm First Proper

W Twin Blow
l isUtan troops beat the
on -four aey sectors WASHINGTON, Aug. 21 (AP)-
Ille Eastern Front. American Super-Fortresses dealt
4e ; admittedd by i e Japan their first proper double blow
in a series of broa.- on Sunday, striking war industries
Uade plain that the on the home island of Kyushu, one
had not relinquished of four islands composing the heart
I n its hammering of the empire In day and night
withdrawal ol a Twentieth Air Force naming only
on the Rumanian the Industrial area of Yawata as
4 aknowledged by the the target, said the results of the
eVon hammer, who day rrid were "good." Its com-
Sbig Russian attack munitiue said four B-29's were lost
te whole of our oy enemny action.
wmaj4 proportions were G
Im of las/, oui:.hesst
a .t points beten Haelmahera Gets
4--mntatosw th. Heavy Bomb Load
$. as synchronizing
ed landings in South- A L L I E D HEADQUARTERS,
ito squeeze the Naesis southwest Pacific, Aug. 22 tAP)-
Ballns. It was announced that bombers
T PAGE ,. co. s froap Southwest Pacific bases blast-
To _A 6, COL. 33 ed Halmahera and Boeroe Island
... west of New Guinea, with 205 tons
l of bombs In new raids.
PI PS Eiht grounded .japanese 'planes
were destroyed or damaged In the
h, ll strike at Boeroe 0 : i h Patrol1 'planes bombed a Japan-
"O f I V ese freghter off Mindanao in the
Phllippines on Sunday. Other
TE EIGHTH .tMa planess destroyed two small frelght-
AP) r. inson afre near the Talud Islands be-
L'AP). Mr. Wins on era ear Celebes and set a fre~lgter
g the Eighth Army teen Hamahera.
G eneras S R t enlda her .
eftoa al sre HWte heaviest of a series of
tday addressed Can- wr on Halmahera. warehouses
fores which Plaeda we dem:llshed and there were
A 4l asthinog the Justav many fires ani explosions.
g oes. I No interception was made by the
The enemy s18 tl enemy In the Sunday attack.
the asrong German ____,_, --
ghts with much of Its
d the I, weakness Storm Sweeps
are spreictna aid*
a a ,re ,an ofhy Jamaica C "aptl
adi~ ad~la.hy over- p
Weak. pensionn Is KINOSTON, JAMAICA, August
Siageneral goes to 20 (P)-por hours this afternoon
notMownw Wittha a & 0-mile per hour storm swept
or and." xtangton, caus ing only minor
conferred at Fifth damage to buildings and transporl'-
[1tera with uIeut.- taton services, while lighting
I .CLak ad MaJor- was put out of commission in the
ortern end, Communication was
301 = rll locut.
Cht Prk J f 'le Travellers com'ig from the east-
agj .1U5 fo1r l ern end of the island reported
S PteMr. CburhIi. g ra tet damage to banana, coconut
Arm.culand other euvatonsin the pr-
,lArmy wa helab eSt. Thomas, Portl*n St..
Of the armi- Mary with rods badly blocked In
The a fi x sections by faling b.es which
ile otm, ihe ll IUtake d i ato gq ler for trt-
ta Italy kr e ..I
Waft dii rZft i t. Rival; Was f'ed and ms
e in I 'e t s e- small homes we destroyed by the
Andodater- strm which travelled west through
$11 b3 I roed to the 6" causing further trean-
-- ..---d, u damage to pbanttatltOS _
Tb. atoria vwn ret.-ted to have
I[lsflacTYL ur Iasmd awe from the! islandl,
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South France

Port Ringed

Germait Garrison
SLet Single Road
To Escape
ROME, Aug. 21 (AP).-French
troops of the Seventh Army crashed
into the western and northern bec-
Id, Swedish picture agesey, says I tione of the great naval base of
It his trial on Charges. of pari- Toulon at d'sk yesterday, the All'ed
said Von Witzleben and seven I Command disclosed.
h is picture was received in New An official announcement failed
photo), to give any Indication of today's
action within the city.
The French entered Toulon
Stif F it through the suburbs of Les Quatre,
Chemins, Lea Routes and Valbour-
Stiff F g din after establishing a ring of
S iron around the eastern, northern
and northwestern edges of the city.
n Ialian Only the coastal road to Marseilles
remained open for the escape of
the German garrison.
Adriatic Front to
ia c~ Front (lReuter reports German re-
asitance cracking inside Toulon
---, --. under Allied Presure.I
ROME, Aug. 21 (neuter)-There Algiers radio said Fren:h forces
has been stiff fighting In the Adri- of the interior were clashing with
atlo sector of the Italian front German troops In the streets of
where the south Polish advance Marseilles
in the heights of Cessano inter- It was the swift thrust directly
fered with the Germans' intention toward Marseilles and bv the fall of
to withdraw i little further north night yesterday It was approaching
of the river and the enemy had to Atbugne, nine miles east of France's
stand andl fight, second city. American infan'try-
Michael Reynolds, B.B.C. corres- men, meanwhile, captured Valen-
pondent, says they fought hard sole. 50 airline miles due nortM of
and suffered heavily but the Poles Toulon and reconnaissance elements
captured a town and vil'.'ge and fanned out.
also took a fair number of prison- The town of Pertuls. where
ers. The Poles then pressed on to French patriots who imprisoned
the, Matura without further oppo. the German garrison were Joined
sition. by American troops, is firmly in
Further inland between the up- Allied hands. General Alexander
per Arno and upper Tiber the Patch's headquarters reported.
Eighth Army patrols have been Norihwest of Toulon French
particu'.'rly active and penetrated units occupied the towns of Cuges
far into no man's land. Lea Pins, and Le Pousset, both on
an important highway. Fi ench
Indians Cross Arno troops also made progss along
East Of Florence the coast east of Toulon where
'.LmvUi H A QURsHme. German reMlstaoe h beea toUh-
lpeil Vo'rCeOM 4o1"t of 'aM About a mle fromr Heeres naval
Associated l'es of India. --, forces Joined the ground trx.ps In
AqLLYID ADVANCED SCAD- smashing and capturing Hatel de
QUARTERS, MEDITERRANEAN, Golf which the Nazis converted
Aug. 21-The second crossing of Into a strongpoint. Mont Redon was
the River Amrno by Indian patrols also captured after heavy lighting.
is reported east of Florence today. Allied spearheads are about six
Troops of the famous Indian dlvl- miles east of Marseilles and the n-
sion crossed the river and went vaslon of southern Prance Is ro far
north of the main road to a point ahead of Its time table that field
two miles northwest. of Pontassleve commanders are impruvlsing stra-
where an enemy machine-gun post tegy as they go along.
has been sighted.
The first crossing of the Arno No Slackening In
was made a few days ago to the Pace Of Advance
east of Pon:.issieve when Allied
troops penetrated two and a half ROM'!. Aug. 21 (Reuter) -There
miles on the road to Forli. has been no slackening .n the pace
Other troops battling in the hills of the Allied drive In snuthen
north of Arczzo, directed mortar France. Along the road leading
concentrations upon an enemy gun- west and northwest from the
post west of Montealtuccia wiech
had recently been causing gr, t [PLEASE TURN TO PAGEO COL. 2)
trouble. A five-mnian Indian patrol --
which two days ago brought in 26 U S 'Subs Sink
prisoners, missed the German
platoon commander that time. He ,
is now in the bag and t.ere has 19J More, Jap Ships
been reunion in the prisoner-of-
war cage. Dreading explanations WASHINGTON. Aug. 19 (AP)-
of the reason for his men's pro- The Navy .minnounced today that
longed absence, he went In search American submarines In the focl-
of thcm. Another Indian patrol fic and par East have sunk It more
assisted him to find his men, at Japanese ships, including a light
least at the end. cruiser and an escort vessel.

Overcast Sky

Hampers Air

QUARTRS, Aug. 21 (AP).--Soupy
weather dosed In over the West-
ern front today, once more provid-
ing protection cover for Field-
Marshal Ouenther von Kluge's bat.
tat legion*o wnlch General Sir
eemaW Montgomery sald are de-
citively beaten bringing ithe end of
the W*# In a sht.
a an wOerast thick over the
battle ground, Normandy bawed
Is lammed into the Oer-
l tring to break out of the
i~a. trap destroying u ox f
nwith their deadly ruketa,
but W Mthe only air -j'raton
-om asaI w-t annoewod up to
The Allied air tore took th
wrap off of their crt op-
iee rM af reneh resist
ance forem e imng needd
to aid the Alt in their common
cause. Par m nth, Ameraan and
Urtish *plane have been dropping
am, nRim and ote#. ssi.
hIV obwaasande of tons
th rre fh Prwoe of the Inateier,
mpt! 3!iex that Allies u

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Allies May

Allow French

To Free Paris
LONDON, August 21 (AP)-A
tense Algiers announcement said
that only '"Frenchit forces of the
interior started operations Inside
Paris. Parts is liberating itself."
The Germans during the night
reported violent shooting battles
inside the capital. but the Allied
Hiah Command maintained silence
on the Axis r..Alo reports which
say that Patton's tanks are by-
passing the capital, and suggested
the AlUlies might leave the actual
liberation to the French.
General Koenig, Commander of
the ftrench Forces of the Interior
announced today that the whole
of Haute Savole has been liberated
and Lyons is almost completely
undnr control. He said: "All roads
leading to Italy am guarded by
French Forces, and in the south
all roads and railways used by the
enemy now are unuqabie. Whole-
sale su enders of miitia forces is
reported. while Vichy polhcmen in
dozens of towns are going over to
th Maquis."
The entire French Pyrenees fron-
tier is reported to be In Free
French hands. The Germans iur-
riedly withdrew north on finding
their retreat eat off by Partlsns.
or sought refuge d ain. In
troupe of 0 aor 3S oGermans d
collaborationist. Frenchmen crossed
the frontier mtn" Spailn, where ua-
4- international thel were
It was aftnoio that $Ie dval
a Programme fo the "1161 of
Ivn"o Will folo OW00110 O

r.Oenera 1 path's taifA Is wet-
5ag with the French OMnI Ca-
I bte who 11 m aWW* the aoutthnO
innw of toe Allild tawss Oh1
Btt there sWille ao AhaedlU~Mr
Courts. T att a
tIs Seri"u for trm W~S
le reported short. ft under-
geurlshment 1 replied ti s4 s
which alm"ot ecse9ieto Ra*h
rushed to aee al5*a
pNrue onw to rweosslhleh
mmu -h ton Any *agi-
a M icsh NYe #W "ac
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Allied Troops Stand At Paris Gat

After Crossing Seine: French Forcee

Smash Into Great Toulon Naval Base

Eden Back Home From
Normandy Visit
LONDON. Aug. 21 (Reuter),
Mr. Anthony Eden, the For-
eign Secretary, has returned to
Britain from his short visit to
Normandy where he saw Gen-
eneIr.'l Eisenhower, General
Montgomery and General Crer.
r.r General Officer command-
ing-In-Chief Canadian forces.
He was guest at a dinner of
M. Coulet, French Regional
Commissioner at Bayeux and
also met the Prefect of Caen.

"Big Three" Move To

Devise World Security Body

WASHINGTON, August 21 (AP)-American, British and Russian
d.-egates, sat down today to build Internatlonal machinery for a
peaceful word after victory, which one delegate said is "not far off."
Mr. Cordell Hull, Secretary of- --.-......... .
State, opened the '-at treeti",,- of
th e coif eren'E l r
atL the IXluxOurVIlrzl W! 1 IMAMl'
Dumbarton Oaks, Medical Expert
Gaorgetown, anm 11| Probe
der Cadogan Here For Probe
head of the Sri-
tish group anc. Health withm...,..d,.
t" ? anC-- Health problems associate
Ambalssadorp An*. nton ought to ocIW an Ii-
drei Gromyko portant place in the investigations
leading the Rus- tobe Dondcte by the committee
lani delegation set.U. P ..yGovernment to inquIre
Joined In his ord- into tie medical andhealth poll"y
mist~c prediction o the Colony which will cone-
regarding an aece oIts ab today. Sir Alem-
sreement on the ,-. ,. u i sder Russell, cna an, revealed
outline of a world security organic in a Press conference held at
season. Government House yestday.
Each speaker sought to re.-Sir Alexander who was appoint-
assure the smaller nations that -ed =eSeetry ototato OW
they will have an adequate rol te to hSecead the commfilt-
In the tuunwe Organisation, adtoe, arrVed In Trinidad on &al-
emphasised the Up6rtance o f day niaht.
rdy ht for securlrI 'asid an- oodnutrition, r Alexander
declined special resonsiblity of stated is an mportnt fator in
tene n. on to a nenforcing acountryn. and my Invtiuatson
peac. to the 11ea1th of the peo-
Recommendations which will pie of a untry, must nee-y
come fron the conference are to tSe this question Into account
be sent first to Moscow, London, pezrrin to tlte lnquik to
and W*s h tbn. After approval nto te to,
there, It is proposed to submit said thate was aius to
thm to the other United Nations down tot hise as A the
and to the pUblic generally, as a p os il t t O
framework which ma become the He oo et aneyow lo on gtw
Constitution ofr ttMow e cla- sittings w* how n
ti o o t R atons ue a _Ow. g cin o o rm t

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madltlg er exploaiorydiscus- I"fin kt AA i l w i*hio
0 wft wat rprsetaives, of V WUOL '
Id 4it? aalatis. Grfelat sare tain -
tahlishammt of an interreatlonal WABUjOO.A .. -1 _
thak the japaise .IM
J6 OL a10ksapunSE ~ .4414

Seventh Army Tom

To Shreds Inside

Normandy Pocket
string force of American armour poised tonight In the Orleans P $
aimed at .lcrmsny, fanned out north of the Seine at the ide door to
the Pa de Calais rocket bomb base and stood unopposed at the gapl.,
of Paris.
The last of the German Seventh Army Is doomed, dead or dyl
In the now shredded Arcentan pocket. L
A battlefront despatch reported4---- --.... -- -
that the Americans were encounter-|t o e
ing the first stiffening GermanM ontgom er ?
resistance as they closed In on
Vernon. 13 miles downstream from T ells T ro ps
their Mantes bridgehead-and that
much closer to shutting a second
and still greater tra. i
The*e, resistance too was near
Oassicourt on th' soutlbank a n In Sight
mile downstream from M:tnies. But --- --
at both places this semblance of WITH THE BRITISH TROOP
a stand by troops already whlpp'd IN FRANCE. Aug. 31 (AP)-Urge
to a whisper appeared only to ing his troops to finishh off
emphases that the close-in was business In record time Gen, w
again beginning to pinch despe- Sir Berrard Montgomery,Onh
rately. Commander-in-Chlef 31st Arm
R.H.A.E.F. was silent on Lt-ut.- OGrout, stated today that the e-
General George Patton' i. build up of the war is In sight.
of his force north of the seine- General Montgomery stated:
silent Just as they had been in "On August 11, 1 spoke to o*Mce"*
every phase when American arm- and men of the Allied armies 14
our was ready to strike or was northwest Prance. I said we mu0t4
striking blows that broke the Oer- 'write off the powerful Germas
man grip on all western France, force that was scouting us m mueb
Dut even under the wraps, this trouble. We must finish with It
clearly was another and likely still once and for all and so hasten the
greater of the "new surprises." It end of the war.
carried the challenge into the "And today, some days later, It
teeth of the German 13th Army has been done. The German arme
which gambled and lost part of its les in northwest prance ltve auf*
strength In Normandy and was fered a decisive defeat. Destruc*
hourly In greater danger of losing tion of enemy personnel and equip*
what it had left. meant In and atit the ao-eeue
'Normandy Pocket' baa e
ANOTHER TRAP it is still going on.
"Any of the gneM 0 t4ita mant,
General Dwigtht Eisenhower wuas to get awa t 1lsN t h 6
in a position to carry his strategy -.- -
of one encirclement after another' (PLEASE TURN 19 PASS COt.. -41
even beyond the Beine. For the
wedge to the north would cut the Liberator inks
15th Army off and roll It back Lib r at.r Sinks
against the bun-bomb coast It
at a potetial keruem Japanese Cruiser
At the same time. General Pat- CHUNGOKINO. Aug. 1 (RsuteeR
ton's build up In the Orleans gap -Details of the snn of at 14JoS.
where patrols already have oper- ton Japanese cruiser 100 male eeO
ated all the way from 10 tu 45 of Hon Kong by& a Iberator
miles southeast of Paris opened the Saturday were given in today
way for an inland supporting communique # I* erial Joephl
swacp of unmeasured potenutall- Stilwoels Hedqp dif hina.
ti -The hea vy bombe i of Unltei
Aunerican motorised reconnals- States 14th Air Ore made I t
dance patrons found onl", n ble resistance iq the Ver..ailles Ing th.'ee direct hitA and one "lrq
area, 10 miles from the heart of bable" On the fourth run. t
Paris where refugees were reported airmen saw the warship sink. "
fighting in the streets as the On the Salweea front, the co |
French hurled themselves Upon munique added. fighters stra r
the Nazsl. mandleldd lstr tl
the Nazltf. and destroyed seven supply lprli
--- All the United Statue s
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7OM4E I 4 1


Closing On Paris

Allied forces creased the Sos b o'h north and suth of Pars,
one thrust I nthe voiny o f M antes, whie the other, to the
south. drove west In the area of Fontainebleau. Meanwhile,
Amaerican flree rmbhd #he galte. of Paris and fighting was
reported In the victnity of VersaMiles Canadian forces were
stated to have pwhed from Fil-,-' *I n --- t- thereby elm-
Ing the Normandy pocket flrm y. Other AMUied farces anre push-
Inge o Lesieux.

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Wwas hntmgi ith him to went's decisions tol aandon teen dled C. hs areta enn h d deat al c l ae i- teromtht ou wermaibe g iven u ed rnk wichrllda t hep

tome ~him to Jos his th PIK- t~ schem n stae that owoicngrt to u~l *as already worn hi .en o oemy pv berCouebm wal 0 t the eatng wraterad swterage hit a indcmpenaind Famncisg bet
Wlan dhtd thisu^?'lr'hl- sotate tha Uti oiange musfto to h rema esen by the Mineer of a-
aiue ini to e 's cbg rows sc h teme eetie hngdcod ition the Mo ny chinery, r. W. W..Dickson, to con-
ictd omw~slU9eaIaNo th caned onitonstie acOynh Sebol of MdcieOf Nerlk-Wenor lteor. ivrli, elator sctawte erifto-nM.Aha y

Fibed ouh w el gi teeof which woulokd a r bee-n spent i lu United States o Anoaue. p mth e Sith o, at o ,tee wo sere be
al nt000= h.M th.re,14c1emn1b. l bet btnd e tar e he h rax-r toa ateileyh bee dP rt sm t o a o nt hdn T fnd the *,had to be handed in converting temporary. - Iseors thI preent doto n o hip aware that It ishp Poeri U l ep. elnggout to enter a
110ortgage ham rt,,o hoi te s. aet B roo T ments it thtr v ane n- tI sa T p epe n ene o the .o connect t e this gerfc emea o tcnduOlar on tul t i ere.
I i haink torn Cheu gro r sc therme.T into a o ee o w er U.S. Navy M lintainfr om main at Cascade running iu th sd to 6oo and us ed tat
"bite id h n y Bi, ur & rown scld thet me: Id from the witer bed rbetr c it reaches 110811 4. U 0y abu sve
.amd"ShiM,. rame t he.Ioaminen F ihe..ai: or dwi tGeov. Searchtfor Lot Schooner the resoir, thereby supplying vhied was oyeerday convicted and
idiogemuntis o 0 nightfrdm e minentir e acisonotoprd oceed -ecuiripi.water that will not at sny time be fined $10 oU x.cusa.lownatofreusing

M .r. Cornwell htlg, on )ndghnt h ad been odciso no ttopcheme ' Widespreadso.auh for the MIsS- chlorinated by the City Ccrpora- to a llo h permit and using Oo
Stat d uger wou ile the expense andaslso inoon- Tan Ing Grelnada 'c er, Island tion's chlorination plant? scene language.
band will not recover unless youga en.enc to b adtheby pbi i>D KSA ueen" WIth 57 assotet en "Will His Worshin Meat if an
lv mtsm.9 ve..tothebuygpubicf-'Tde tls thO efatothat two andatre th woardtIs being maidtained'by appl.clon for thwatersv iace Lying in ambush one night,
Brown then asked for bread. years ago, today the change in the i Utr asimpreadysufacetwasrplact d before the Cit yMucicU Zena eapiyste alenly ruled Out

r okleIt h ade dg a b h t e C or situatiAs s uch t ha t .m o o c ships, as well as i nes the and the information given that n- and attacked Norm Applewate.
WmoI e t ha ner at ow ieMr. Chi ationoit schegtohu t ..st.howee t Trindad Guardian, -wasein.echlorinated, water wouid be sup When Applewhayte resisted she
'wa toh, tonwipe .. .e were h asothing pa to mustiyenedomust ftedo gHtS t eptresSd b M med, plied from our main? called her siser Gladys teohelp
H mouthot tongut It e would teethy be jlooked at from an entirelyack CofullUnitedt r An official explained that the "If not, on whose authority this her .nd he two sisters then beat

an bringg It back to him. e-rent per spective. trYOfndSetd, with regard to the rvl a-y- V e be S r to bcnte Aew an c t ..ero o

aven tha and bittoefar.miornwlog, "Ontarsu ind nyvor founrcesd seenportancei eonthesstr dnailne *o 'es mayr h aveativen wi Hserv icesi p odrnn t. noe he londin tcuheonahen
Herald .kither fome ily dtogn "TO msut tmey pTries d fund ae ofth e rgent di sse into one of the cove on the "Will e His Worship aso state if lip. t a oct.
No ing te, dpg asd h doi so, he Tdim. hd wheos om in atind Is. 'h olIav peoples ofroed ur oin- Veneuelan mainland, Jind for the MuO was consulted brll foaLena and Gladys Baptiste were,
thcn put some black stuffgaon a drinking ability had been doubled, tries are w vging a life and death t es a s In ac w ere gvn t o sup onit and-or-re-----ay--in-

er.piece of bread and C4sve that due to the fact that o two contract'- struggle ainst the worst enemy tei sred b Isthinetearw inst urclont we ernto, anh if p cn coenayto amuyting et
ora the og dcarr3ingth the panien e he painwgeh im th r lou g o h eonltles tire Grd. e .. he said, will cdnue the City Engineer gave instructions $2uc or serve 14 days each.
,v would die but Mr. Clpow ovr a ot in wae Thi strggl a aady CostOU indefinitely. to tle Engineer of Machinery, -

wld abe well again in three at a time when mill d o ions of dollars countries as well as many other l o r be aicn o ci tha Mr seii d
at ths tnt woa t were also being paid to steved N I N NA e ne oraes, freedom oving count ries of therWpc o t o t thnd t t. lea.. .n who pOeased Fis lore
ibe- Brr a sailors ond large world.-heav human material s ws Te adtt hea nwrthuotlatonair thnrehd o ah co n aeoarcend oFet
-To find the OW. Mrs. Cornwall d Idp-rhpandreso naval forces. sacrifices. Waging this strueggledfor"Sw 0 I enacewtlarcenoa

hm. Brow tgage dh entoe, Yhet I drow mee. thisrvery ne dase of twc he Al do i on cmo fe-c o KNGt.VNV r ite negative. will His Worshi order $2 note' belonging to Jona.iwhani
_k enl adher hom de. mfoetitht, very ihardtuneasednde-vh rebedomtandtroephendu baenbertofreMA Jl,,nwyegne regnes epnii+ hty edne aigu
,wrUnuedioto ask for more. After mand there was a food supplypeoples of our threeinreat nations, ted An te ity f Engineer and the Engineer Jemmott. a '.EwB. conductor.

*vany isit, an each of which h diminishe d fi by enemy action and Is also s aving the freedom andrinvd ll of Machinery to bring before the he e prosecution alleged that

S+easy pretendeda communications ray. dealupr te. fo neta h ot.A euto h aetdyadto h rea! bcttont te^ e0 octo oatdoun? breac of^ d*sctl with sttlad paidh< another wa80 hunded oIfoo echampnt oeaeny ofeniv e, ti^ ar~ ed Army mitarf of omc administered the portho AUn supyn uncloint
red mre myono therB mortodther factthadet e which rttiefonowdependence of other fre redom art Ji Aciow C iat pplica-twwen Jent from -t went to a parlour
Ate Corent m oNey Mr a owr- tolnteOhd ftthat been adfted oo tghe rw t enemry of1 s t orl a nent iom s for new water P d services, with at Sou.h Quay to buy a e

to i* ea*-exei"Me e a s u reso ado rt d a byl theIa w na t fa of he n tae tr ovln he e ,"tbl Concl p elome draare n gj e aro s an d opnig h Conc l xtr't lcuc ,
i. Conwl themeaig of sait haold- eor haod een arttoced from a t p he lortin op le reem-tn on emof the Eorld.ive a details when these services arnte o tpo tAL
Wri w tha pheredaughter o( r w awo ldngade oncclnst, elo de-ee r rt drink" a 62 bill fell from his pocket

of", Duprntuis porwa~rsu.gestd Brown been Producatio Deas3 pr cent theefor.nif urntions, w!armentmemer. pred. th Kin -D"cca Ra3 winee PAck-up Stret
im that here t aun to he bword enogardens theso p.o and oat r ons, N AZIS'END NEARtAdminisr r bela id' r Inr n yLec 11a and that Gleen picked It up, walk-
Iod 1h0 morte$oney and dvhe him ag pce heowlev he cui PoPt s thrt t ht wnsot fro ormin dirferent co ed to the counter and left,

htd neot r he ad shao of in t atio n she to seh o "As a result of combined efforts 1'rii.dad Gr cos oreigats Gleen's defence was thathe had
Away. Brown threatened that if drastic a expensive wouicld have of t her Allies, ourwcommont twoe tdhad sihee h de waethhe Ifm six$ s do a d o bhish
he did not get it she would be sorry been eaustifird. but with a lack of Nazi tJermany- o is nearing ie a n- KINGIN h I this work Is carried on without sex drw at .e m l hisc
Smhrefadhrcide.Seforesight. very hard to understand, evitabiectsrpe u rv etGreMA ....nwyengineeror teng ineers r hespnibIn a chit~y. He denied taking up
fn heithelfndher childreeeWarriorsarnewyereerTorRengineers AU ,
eventually paid him, and folowlng nahr, ldbeen freartefrembtueW" th e enemyappointed Administrator of at, for giving the orders to lay theathe 82 note which Jemmott rAd

thet Bouth hs a hersl f meofheth esea mensrrivdb'tion ad on e- b erce will be guilty of a gy
Wveril pretended communications provided up to then for an extrn- mVincentbreach ofpdanepon andte
with nt paid him another Rivelofoodday and took the prescribe oaths breach I dCor- pector Harris prosecuted.

rh sant p a nothe r soedrt lfd er hca iorn offensive. t ie Red Army militaries .of offIce administered by the poratio In supplying unchlorinated C k ;r;e
ued- op bother mortgage and S tumadendr h ran-h h.. A uar1 Se Ci t 1e
otherAu. Nevertheless Mr. ConIng could have been adopt ted oer he a cri.e. n' S. n a A sC ons fr o
dal diedr workableles them to enemy soilrnentimeIb *r, tneS .i the rAcung te Coora ert ywod b n omeien deta v- rer
Measures adopted byo the Im- not far off wen tnet cocked by at' 1 3avngierunild oingte t os hineveyd ORT NOTICE -
orftutrn i at Mer s U f Corne opor food department andy the CrTOtd of t u, the ...w",v oumn t of t e aEsecuie aund b h 0S A L E
Sr-eaind at o S .alug gte d .tries. of n world, as ind t of a il Members of thei1 | 1eon th I To y
Sclet Local ood Producltion Department t he efforts of our nations. wl Legislative Councils, heads of de fever breaking out in that area? *fHOUSEOLDFURNITURE and
that there as intimate frendli- enabled this eland at considevtble at r tents me of the in O A U FITUE

a m between Brown and bo th of riske to survive to sermnous f bring comple te and adecisivte rw oar dpta ds ofrel theios- gin grIC E AI Ed S w ST TRE
them. Brown'& evidence, wbich de- crisis. th- striousness of which was tot,~ and will force Nazi Geimany s- 3oar, hedsPfCrligiusS ( rnextAdored t r .M aeet,

ed acr me t, cutve aut oriy ith n t e tou 'hri s k ee ainheeadd b dS r enom in latind. with th i wive San Fe na do
Wed any money transactions, or never reaoised by the public, who eaneer and a large gathering of the gen- 3 ]o
any pretence eeat communicate ung d er a great obligation to the oyio declared.M .In view ofra ary
Iar"l1 uind1 the- heat destruction and count.- urankc witnessed the cere- TUS a. tery)
wtAh sprit. was that r he was hundreds of merchant seamen g .v-1t lesahe w h mony.. Alnd o e o f tuer J
friendly with both m and In their liver in running the c wwar hIa the present o uard o ho ounted*in1 c 14 at 1 p

*rt trte blockadM T e which~n en a n It s s or- hmutual unde tandi hgman ity In ha r o f1 honurmonte i 1 Special.^ Communio 1944 at 1*9p
daghter. that he oo the mother bo cat times enabled o h u t the court yard comprised detcho o On instructions from Mr. B.0.
to a country tavern for a week- Trini.,id to avoid disaster by the rte dof-atn. mnto of tel y and b jehafnt k s n
ad o d that he was engaged to arrival of one out of many ships. meacs to prevent repetionofa der Captain Maurice SallesJasmithe
mncm and resue Witht as c o tl tfrd n te fuu Miquelle, of the Windward Islands "Something Diffei'enl"-Rel.' smith, who ies wllelvn llhe is
up t. .. W menace andoresultanthe surarnce ofsimilartragedyin,,h ble .an Ba.talon. South CarSibbeanLore mSouthAfrica-Limited household furniture removed from
in hlis,-the maeistaeth, said that i oihed load and a local food pro- different their future, 'rat is minated member of the Legislative together with his ofce and burl-

wo.^ l ,tou Br ado ooa ness fixure toE includj~ a e:
Mi s a yersh expeence e o ducton o dhal f tim why they are striving to establisi Council welcomed Mr. Garvev on nesfxtures to include:
eer had a ca o obeh like It was at the end of 1941. this is- an iterInatioa organition which behalf of the Council and thepe-2.

Of SUPPerristufl' P01F~rs. andZ ^ BrownN d member, supored
.1...B..th.menin......a.in...... 2.10 Years' Oldt Simmerons; B da nd Matt Alning
haw was the preeance of theh in .ln now has to feed a population w..uld be. r....l of, prevent.ng a, ple of Si. Vincent and the Hon'bleSP C A RUSierb: ac lo Ct: Dn g
la a h rtneo h ~ whose purchasing capacity hasr''*i.",*"'''~Gog cnoh lno lceI""... Table and Chairs; Morris Suite:
f stpenetura, powrs, and Bryown been reduced at least 30 per cent reettof n of--,e er-ora theiraged, and m Mcpnoseno e Decca Radio with Pick-up and
hprtended to cure bth y means of hbv the closing down of war works.o aac,"eorit hnei d r-stole 1 Both spears wrued the ad- Records; Large Glas Case; iling
c ommunication witha ad m o the as n o place people future miristrator that his task was not 3.A FewC Cabinet; Instrument Cabinet;
ofnon the ttnd to raise fooFd not only HOW TA KEEPSPE
doubt that Brown had preyed on for theneral public but &Aa W EE ,A, eay, Mr. McIntosh stressing that Work Bench; One Light iron
othe minds ofthe Cornh allsd means of keeping a large percent eIt goes without saying that in the AfministratOr had come to Sc .tchSafe; Tool Press; Standing
las. e of thepo pulartion e Ipernorder to maintain peace and serve the people who offered their Genuine SScotch8helving: One New Vice: GOraioo-
tKirBDrown, the magis- pop empved security, it is not enough to have friendship with the hope of Its re- phone Motor and Parts; gas
(tote said Brown ,we& more inwl I rod~n'lgfood to feed themselves the mere desire to harness the cprocation, I Lamparts: Gas Stove Parts;
.,gent than.the..wo women ,nd famlly. and thus avnid a 5 i- aggressor and apply force against Mr. Punnett and Mr. McIntosh W Towel Rack; Deck Chair: Tea
gn than the tw'o women a~ '~..... .... .... ..... ''=s tine po-- Towele Rac ; Deck hair: Tea
though. th..... athscho teach s sbut es him if it should be demanded by both took the opportunity to say Table: Pedestals; Hat Racks;
-hough they wre l tea chers but h-- circumstances. In order to gua... n- farewell to r. Adrian Date, con- Electric Reading Lamp Stand:
should resort to obesh.aL n L Itee peace and securityit is ab- gratulating him on his successfulBedrompStan,
Brown gave notice of appeal. oli ab eolutelv necessary to have resources acting term as Administrator &;ndBentwood Chairs: Typewriter; o
with the aid of which aggression wishing him success In his new COD. Orders Taken- Crockery; Braaware; Gas Stove,
--r:...ould be prevented or suppressed, ponmn nJmia P O E52,ec.ec
PoacndatedaIndinternational order main- Mr. Garvey. thanking the mem- 5 Dated this 16th day of August,
TL ,A R rT ained bets foi their kind welcome. samidL & SONS 1944.
PolishnoDon Aug 2b i Reulter Thed by In rlo.-t, consider it neces- he hIa been seriously sidyin, the Alies:Ba 4 rNc t am.sh on
v Polih Home Cabinet appointed by gary to roe the InitiaUve taken history of St. Vincent since his ap- the hammer.
the President of the Polish Repub-a by the government of the United potntment. He did not think the _____heAllies'.....- 4OPrinAutione
Mark Patron's Day l ic in August lt, in a proclama-1States in calling the present con- people oliticallv ca11t.ntNrous. He.
.a. ..darN" Correspondent c rold t to y by the Polish-' erence The Soviet delegation is was satisfied they were politically
ncontrolledradio in Warsaw. said glad Le begin discussions with the vigorous, politically conscious and
MARAVAL. Aug 21-The Au- the Csbinet 'can now, work In the American delegation headed by politlcaliv virile. He also asked for
Itinlan Fathers will celebrate open among their countrymen dur- Edward SLettinus, with whoim I fr indrhip as his was being readily
POW_ weci. of St. AuuiMltine here In theper.iod oflInsurrect6ion.- had the pleasure since 1941 of given and promised everyO OUAIr-
week. "The celebrations will l Te proclamation addedo: "Thel meeting and discussing at differ- nation within his power and Pl edge
begin at 7 p)in. Sunday with yes-IHomr Cabinet is the sole constitU-ent times, various matters of himsel to give au eer -UA LI
Peiand benediction ofShe Bless-:tional and letil Government ex- mutual interest, and also with the wards the good vgoernment Of the
od Sacrament, ecutive authority within the boun- British delegation headed by Sir lovely SHOESd
On Monday. the feast day, dares of the Republic' of Poland. Alexander Cadogan. I have no
t will be several low anm "Until such time as the Presi- doubt that in course of the pre- PUT ON SM..BOND .. ..
solemn high mamsswill dent of the Republic and the Gov- sent dIscutsions, the representa- Frank Smith was ordered Wi Mr.
#t- a.anThePreacher wil l b enent shall return to Poland, tives of the three nations will Andre yesterto sign a bond
Kennedy,,"'P. the orders and decisions of the conduct their work, in the spirit of in $25 and to be of good behaviourtl6
1h Prestof Carenage.'Th."Home Government and its subor-[ mutual truderstanding, and in a for one year when he found _himFO R M EN
Fr,- '1rho -a- ' .; OR'" cinate organisatio'ts sl','il be the/ friendly atmosphere which cannot guiltyy of havinl in hi p.I~ess4io
8.4. Supr:,or ofthe,,uguainla'n, only authority whose orders are] but add to the successful outcome three ha. tles wth intnt .to com-
Des" re~iitled- me'mber-e-of--the binding for the citizens of the Re-" of the dlaeustns.," mit a felony and behavingl _i a.
60,a,--y of he Pious Union of publc ________ diordrl mane-o-ugst1, FINELY CONSTRUCTED SHOES THAT j l31
hu of+-, ma.. e beginning"=: on -1 'Sc ,dsrel mne nA~t m
ss 2wllbofeeinhnuDan ,--- -.us......nd.~h?
St Augus.i. Barb Go a jOt F TY~I1
a _l arbd, Government'}. s ban on AUCTIONEERiNGFI an WE R
,., ,, .. impossib for Trinidd goatbree- K IA LI
morton For Board era wad keepers tomeet the de V vItWN-:-LACK
-.- .-..v,.,- mandis of the public for goats' milk, PURPOS 55L103IO
Noieo oinakn htMr. Edwin Duval. chairman of the (flfUDAIIV NWO TC
e ietb aprahd or Trinidad Milk Goat Breeders' Msao- %, s. J .JLUIA"U,A
el for a substatia su to 'ciatlon. told the 'T~rinidad Guar-i
te road and drain ~im ia yesterday. 'd(.L htmn 36 p
provniet wrk a Baataig, m M tval stated that local cosi-(. wti@,
be gvemnt byor. Joseph Stephen, sUmpio f .o~t,' mtk this year
e,, e membe, at th, has mor than d=oube- htfls BegsToiuonc
mis-Diego Mar'ti Local p, this milk to the public's growingI
#oa on Thursdasy. consciousness of it5 food value. ,
Meanwhile. resident. are coat."' =.....
pang of the difJiculty eaperi-Lt Bak"~nae
co=t of" t" lac." DeInN a oia u NEW HOUSE HOLD WERATSOK

A'rCropeaed SW&MoTelSpruin g
Mahogany Tub Ckis, conr seals '
Birch Dining Chois, loose rush .e4
Folding Choirs with Canvas-from-1
Lath Seat and Back rfoldin Chairs, i
and Taek, Card Tables, irome Ik
Bathroom CabinetL



with 4". 3" and 1" intakes


60 cycles, 3 phise, 220 volts, 35 h.p;, iL
1.,800 R.P.

31 Charlotte Street



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The numerous accident J-- jf j J
reported in the daily press --
caused by children getting
access to harmful drugs, should serve M a
warning to parents never to keep dangerous
preparations within their rewch .
The safest of all antiseptics and germi.
cides for householdpurpoes 1DIOXOGEN.
Few effective germicides a re harmless,
and unless they are harmless they are not
afe for human use.
DIOXOGEN is so harmless that even a
ch-ld can use it safely, and yet it is deadly
to disease germs.
buy a baf b o ok aky

D!ioxo en

C1410 excephonal values in..,,



Store-Keepers I

Above con olso be supplied
to bona fide dealers .L
moderate quantities at
lowest wholesale prices.

18 Frederick Street 'f
75 Queen Street 'F

News has been received by caeDEPARTMENT OUS L
Chaguanas Man tof de o ahea I DEPARTMENT STA N VALU
ivalU-of Mr. Arthur Stanford Orelght 1 ,
i (o director of the firro TINEO R
failed For Attack aodIr G t an adS S NE tSTR STURDY BUILT WORKING SHOE
ailed For,.Attack go. t 0 ,STORE.,f
uardian riL an ofte athe Royal Bank of A 'T
CAGUANAS. Aug. =-dar MSr Crelhton who. during the N -- / I e NearE -95
.ohs 1ana n-.n1 with a cou rt re- mouth, Nova Scotln,, Wie atiYO- &H a sat.ur.*ll L m I.. SMs--IL $ -
17 previous conviction, be- ated with the Airm of Gordon, t New F n e ef
serving yesterday another rant 9A C ro I or ' oerlptlea
maonI u Jail term for asault- period of about 16 neaus.
W Chineae ahoikeeo~er. wound- __ ___
Swith COMMITT-D TO ASIZ! IN Mattrem, ia &ea
plcevidence re- Prancis Portune, a clerk In the China WareCreek.
the "eeper istrar', osre. wasj S, e-e h, Met -
E? i. mrto ,dutm u ,next As- 04, soUe wRmI Alr '
Nesk-' Chiese dry goodt aias an maccustio on of1ffrig ...u.ANTU.Con ameCT PR IC SET ARL
oa thisd@ strict, who $2W to Rolandd Porde. a msegeotakgms: =Iam AA"m e "
ark- in the S1upree Clourt. aoti
"it S !m i of cerai d .o t i .the con. 6 N, GRkANT yur iffhntte wIT mwcc "Aa .m *g sT iB
Kp fBe a -of. y case of. Rext ersus Am, ... C $ V Ld _

From Port-of-Spole
From Georgetown
Up to date S-42 and S-43 Fly
and ether *^
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e ender Clerk
dg ee andt o

t of In-
lad. Mr. .at

Aoeountint Of
f n tom here Mr
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to o fr moeurnls.

ivofuerk. esrale
Sndhand ony
on Sbold re$on

Oa er si Uerta Mr

hic w~.oas Plargdel
15lore th[e. samhera
Mgr Bg. C.0 Ltd,
the hooousea of In-
E^g ciespMr. 0. Fr

k'.s Ohucnnt Of
c fCommralerce, Mr.
I Af ythount.nt Of

S0, PB.A, (Nice-
i, q erinid.- aTraflc-

mtSy reotedahi to.
Lt K Fther for

m lc ewas largely
thre the $amt ato
t*house of mourn-
sbeks Church where
fue funeral Service

Sy the Rev. athere
op Opp.W assisted
% ST. atheer r. J.

and, Caed Uth Rev
Fr. Pull -te B. 0.?.:
rt-Oitr-pction, tt Mo
r lahonvt Dt= PlTnadd
I ure Other rom ou-f
beOrttr Rev. Father 1.
raer Brett Ctt.nCAlo
C.A.8p.; Rev. rr.
Y'r. tullivai. yoP..
viIw tam ,m.S.Sp.:
Mr. W. V. Clerk,
W. renk Cletrk, Mr.
su4 Mr. V. Rod-
":[tutes were sent.

| Jobs
Williams, general
e Trinidad N mectric-
tly reported to
unskilled labour
Colony was being
there were no
re local men
S the general man-
peread to a meet-
Bad disclosed that
*IBs instructions to
Lm ant to Trinidad
labour from out-
Sy was being em-
Mood that Councillor
k the Deputy Mayor,
view that It might
to advertise or to
AUployiment Bureau
kbiln Trinidad men
Nto of the Island who

6UlNbuOu I

IL Piahuhr

LS tflUsando of men and
SUer awful agony day
EBeaase of pile trouble.
we that every chem-
-la 4 remedy that
sSnty a quickly ban.
Stf this wretched
nt of your chem.
ut Man Zan Pile
will tell you this ts
tB Nest, but a sooth.
.trengten balm
s the Intense irri-
re away internal
Or bleeding piles.
Aube in which Man
fe this preparation
to use. The big
S peial applicator,
.t to clear away
It ease,
Same of this ape-
lea pile trouble-


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01rious armies
wegaged in
war have
we know you
^rtancI that

rd 2aJe to the
1 peace Is

Sutft' Quetio May
Await Governor. Return
'ra.MnUvi ommausl-t

mien, the ooa th atte
lamme~d yesterday. It isqtr
Jority report recommeiBigte
universe adult stiffrae Is not
wklyto occupy the attention
o the Concil until after re.
tum of HI. Exceency the
Ooro, Sir BEade Clifftord.

Vessels Lost

In Grenadines

Trnidad GuardiO a Crreepaden
ST. GBOROrS, Grenada Aug.
I0.-Carnlaoou reports reveal thas
00 small houses were wrecked aud
numerous others damaged in
Thun days hurricane. The sloop
Polyander, the schooner Lady Tun-
nel and three smail craft an con-
sidered lost, two unnamed schooners
and a sloop reefed, and two other
vessel foundered but are believed
to be recoverable.
Damage in Grenada has not yet
been assessed, but peasant home
wreckage is not believed to be
severe in Carrlacou. The Finance
Committee on FPriday agreed to ask
the Administrator to instruct the
District Boards to make a survey
of parochial damage with a view
of assistance to necessitous c&es of
home losses.
The schooner Lady Caroline,
which left Grenada on Wednesday
en route to Trinidad with a cargo
of cocoa was wrecked in the Ore-
nadines and a woman passenger
and mate drowned.
A patrol launch and clipper were
also wrecked at St. Vincent. No
reports were received from another
sloop making her maiden trip to
Trinidad on Wednesday.
The schooner Rebecca I. Mit-
chell, which cleared on Wednesday
for Carrlacou was reported at St.
Lucia with a broken boom.

Footwear Show
Fixed For October
Preparations for the most elab-
orate footwear exhibition organ-
ised by the St. Crispin's Footwear
Association since Its inauguration
10 years ago, are reported to be
underway. This year's competition
will be held at the Royal Victoria
Institute on October 25 this year.
Most attractive award on the
prize list is the "Guardian" cup
offered for competition between
Government institutions, to be won
three years In succession before It
can be held permanently, The first
cue offered, by the late Major C.
L. Hannington, former "Guardian"
Editor, was won outright by the
Belmont Orphanage, while the
Young Offenders' Detention In-
stitution have two liens on the
present trophy, donated by Mr.
C. E. Htchln.
The competition, in other re-
spects, will find local manufac-
turers throughout thoe island and
in Tobago viewing with each other
for supremacy m the making of
shoes for ladies and children and
heavy boots for school boys.
Councillor 0. J. McCarthy will
distribute the prizes and will be
in charge of the exhibition.

2K__TOWVAXD W. awW AvowC 1i4U
uamiua OUAUDJAIE semen a11U I

Barbados May

Get Services

Of Tax Expert
TdiMI Gwr4h CenesPeddad
Bi D3KM WN. Basbado% Aug.
I.-4tep may be taken to Mecure
the services of an advlsr on taxa-
tion It the Home of Amasebty mo-
cOts a prpoqmal W amitted by Sir
Orattan Bushe, the Governor of
In a message to the Assembly,
Sir Orattan mid that he had been
notified by the Secretary of State
for the le that It may be
s e obtai te services of
S Wirtid Wentworth Woods, who
waC Ocnmaleoner of Public Utili-
tine for the Government of New-
foundland from 1837 and has re-
ently retired from that ofce.
Sir Wilfrld Woods was previuslri
Financial Secretary to the Govern-
ment of Ceylon and member of
the Board of Ministers and of the
State Council of Ceylon.
The Secretary of State has ad-
vAed that It would be appropriate
to offer to Sir Wilfrid Woods an
honorarium at the rate of M720 per
Month with subsistence allowance
at the rate of 7.30 a night :or the
first month lees 0 per qent there-
after during the period of his em-
ployment in the West Indies and
I1J0 a night when on board ship
or aircraft, together with free pas-
sages to and from Barbados and
necessary travelling In Barbados.
The House appointed a commit-
tee to draft an address In reply to
the Oovernor'a message.

Scientist Lauds
V.D. Campaign
Spread of venereal disease in the
various branches of the US. Army,
has been gratifyingly low com-
pared with the spread during
World War 1, Dr. Harry Eagle,
well known US. scientist and in-
ventor of the "Eagle Test for
Syphilis" told the "Trinidad
Ouardlan" yesterday.
Dr. Eagle, who arrived here a few
days ago from the lVited States
nn his way to Africa on official
business, described the V.D. cam-
paign carried out here as a laud-
able undertaking. During his stay,
he paid a courtesy call on Dr. Nor-
man Maclennan, the Director of
Medical Services.
Referring to the development of
penicillin, Dr. Eagle stated that
this was still in the experimental
stage and had only been distri-
buted to scattered clinics up to the
It was not possible for him to
say what de&gee of success would
attend the experiments but It
would be expecting too much to
think that, If successful, penicillin
would be a cure for syphilitic di-
seases. It might help, he said, it
was necessary to have a combina-
tion of prophylaxis to ensure any
permanent cure.
Regarding the V.D. campaign in
Trinidad, Dr. Eagle said that he
had not had sufficient time to ac-
quaint himself with Its progress,
bt commented that it wuas a
laudablo undertaking.
He expressed the home that on
his return to Trinidad. he would
be able to stay for some days to
observe for himself what progress
was being made.


31st AUGUST, 1944, FOR THE

Scott Furnishing Company,
Corner of Park and Pembroke Streets.





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SONATA No. 3 in D Minor
SYMPHONY MeNo. I in C Minor
SYMPHONY No. 4 in E.Miwor


TZ.B. Employms To Got
Rewards For faiilum
Trinidad Beotrtlty SeN
dom w*Ci 6 dpf
eawili be Wated Dun to-
Iha was dKcided upon at a
W. J.

Morvant Seen

As Future

Garden City
Hope that Morvant would one
day become a garden city, wa ex-
pressed by Mrs. 0. H. Ma soem, P-
sident of the Child Weffare ULSae.
on Sunday afternoon, when a
outlined to a large audience at the
new St. Dominic R.C. School Gov-
ernment's plans for improving the
settlement by the vision aof a
health centre and other social
Mrsk Masson, who was accom*
panned by Mrs. Z. H. Draggett,
Superintendent of Maternity Ser-
vices, addressed the gathering af-
ter an instructive lecture by i. I1
P. 8. Gillette, Government malar-
ologist, in the combating of mos-
quitoes and the treatment of ma-
Keynote of the address was self-
help towards reducing the Inci-
dence of malaria in the district by
residents detecting and getting rid
of mosquito breeding sources, thus
assisting the Health Department in
Its anti-milarial campaign, and
the taking of preventive measures
against the disease.
Chairman of the meeting was
Mr. W. Murphy, president of the
Morvant Social Welfare Club, un-
der whose auspices the lecture was

City Council Gets
$12,000 Cheque
The Port-of-Spain City Council
last week received a l12,00 cheque
from the Trinidad Electrieity
Bcsrd, purchase price for a parel
of land immediately east of the
power station on Arlaplta Avenue.
This figure was arrived at by a
special committee of the Council
whose report was subsequently
adopted at a statutory Council
The T.E.B. bought the land to
carry out expansion of their plant.
Pilot Released From
Civil Aviation Post
The "Trinidad Guardian" under-
stands that Government, at the
request of the British West Indian
Airways, has released Mr. Richard
J. White, formerly a pilot of the
company, from his duties as act-
ing Director of Civil Aviaticm as
from yesterday. It is reported that
Mr. Carl Agostini, formerly Con-
trol Of1cer at Parco, has been
appointed to the post vacated by
Mr. White at the Civil Avi
It is understood that the B.W.I.
Airways' request for Mr. White's
services from Government is due
to the forthcoming expansion of
their business.





iSt fa gts et. ha( d y
air the pulto have at->d| any
*er? t o e thseew quseM-
B-rdaveri-to a awis at u-
tteab hy Mr. TX. Banoker.
I. Howmany meetin of the
Mo Board Isate epmred to lit
In paheortwos it Uaiota fit.
Ati hoey-0wany oenment tooe
no "Ouce of the nmm etqut
=ula for t hp e nt
m. t :tUovTrnme tamhe.
Mlr. aft~r dd:
1. Now m= t titnote ocf the
dusoBd hasereav been held
theoperation of
the 2duca)on tAmendmeotn Act.
M t34
2. At bow many-If aty-of the
above meeticn have Prem and
pubU- been present?
s. Wiu overnment state wheth-
er the attention of the Education
Board has ever been drawn to Sec-
tion1 (2) of the Education (A'm-
eadment) Act, I93?

4. If the said Board has decided
at any of the meetings to sit pri-
vately, will Government state fully
the reasons for such decision in
each case e
The replies are as follows:
1. Sight meetings three as
Board and five as Governing Body
*t Queen's College and Comber-
mere School.
2. None-no member of public or
Press has ever sought admission to
any meeting of the Board.
3. The Board must be presumned
to know the provisions of the Act
under which they function and
their attention has never been spe-
cially drawn to Section a (1).
4. The Board sat in private on
one oeason. This matter is with-
'i the discretion of the Board and
yovrnment doen not consider
.t then is any Justification for
interfering with its functions.

3 Injured In South
Week-End Mishaps
Accidents which occurred over
the week-end in South Trinidad
sent three men to the San Fer-
naudo Colonial Hospital for medi-
cal attention.
Peer All, a Penal Rock Road man,
was rushed to the Colonial Hospi-
tal last Saturday suffering from
severe cutlass injuries.
Two men, it Is reported, have
been questioned in connection with
the incident.
Rele BDe Silva. 32. of 81pariat.
was admitted to the institution yet-
terday morning suffering from in-
Jures to the chest sustained when
a heavy piece of iron fell on him,
while Superad Mahabir, 22. was
taken in on Saturday night suf-
fering from wounds on the side.

Mr Hobon ughas will letu
tonight on "Perspective Proje
taon" at a meeting of the Trin!
dad Art Society at the Bishot
High School for Girls.






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t OP ey

:Plan For World Security

?' certain thatt Hitler's plan for a
ao xlled New Order shall not come to
; m 1 Ameria, and Sivie t
SOa w the Ulitd States to draft a

t ew bluep t of wrld pa- I
um the t efrt failed that the world

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Dumbito OaksParley

Phun For World Security

Salre Allied mostly In livesrope and re-

i' wa 'M n should serve as a dire warn.
g a that the prai e of a new failure may
|be beyod New Orders. Time will come to

pFwhether the hard,-won leasots of the pa-st
frutk Wift sArlcan, and Soviet

Squrter-elan have been well leDumarnt,
a* Ion Om in OwUnihtedstates todraft a

Sfor It would be folly If, because the world'sbe-
Sstatesmen plaennr t failed that the found
1s1again engagd In a struggle which has
already bee so costly in lives and re-

ourAelvMs Idn s more disastrous war 20n-
St yeat thePrince. of a new failure may
SThbe beyond our means. Time Unwi showed

,, tates, and the Sov/at Union, whose peo-.
Sthe p arhe paying the heavieons of the past price in the
Squarttle or Burvval have oftbeen well learnto-

1 caie their determination to make it
oritpowulble folr any nation aainse the world
Sdominatem the worlanned badly enforce. The con-

*, ference which Mr. Cordell Hull, the Uni-
Ours ted lvtates inectary of State, opened atr 20
YeDumbarton Oaks yesterday tests thehe.

*ability of the statesmen to draft a work-
SablThe plan of world peace. While Unithere is
stat no denyingsA that the peoples of those peworld
Pdesare a lasting ptheacea it pris qute anothe
' thing to cure it. But whave feel that after

the present ordeal people everywhere will
insist theater determination to make ithe
impodurasble forpeace which is a pre-naondition againto
the building ofate the worldby free from want
and fernC which Mr. Cordell Hull, the Uni- aim.
tFrom the natuSecretary of State, opersonnel ofat
the Dumbarton Oakls yesterday teshat the work
Stability of the statesmen to draft explork-atory

and that the neeecsar decisions can be
taken only by the responsible national
able plan of worldee participating countries
nohave all outinedg that their viewoples of the worltype
desof organlsting peace, It is required, and their
thing to secuvery reason for hopBut we feelthat thate differ
the Present ordeal people everywhere will

encesist th at theeant will be foueliminated toin the
curable of the discussions apre-cond that ition tole
time building of the world fin reaching cfromwanplete
agreement. Time would be an Iaim.mportant
From the nature of the personnel of

factor hein any event, but it is clear that the wogreat-
Sthe conference nIw if purely explor security
112d that %ie nefssary decisions can be

are to be ready thbefore thsponsible nationalds.
leaders. The three participating countries
have all outlined their views of the type

of A rld organisation thdominat is required, and bythere
is every reason for hope that the differ-

eBritainces thexist will be eliminated in the Soviet

Union along with China, whose, represen-
tacourse will hold subsequentthe discussions and that little
mewith the lostAmerican and British deomplegates,

". to out of the question. The views of the
magler nations have would be taken impnto acnt
facunt for winy event, but it is of their cooperation and
st support no world security plan candor securityc-
ceed. and ne can before upon them war end,.
A world organisation dominated by

Britain, the United tshow what's plan the onferees
Unican evolve fowith China, whose repression of nations
ta~tive Will hold subsequent discussions
With the American and British delegates,
is out of the question. The views of the
smaller nations have to be taken into ac-
count. for without their co-operation and
Support no world security plan can suc-
ceed. and none can be forced upon them.
7iMe will show what Plan the conferees
can evolve for the repression of nations

hI m* OWumu t fM -mL b
ai" for w ate a m t of aM tab
t!rMatiUd amaed f1e6M have a aiwaa
bern wUll ree d. hat it t mnMtl bat
Uer, be -m of M fCuntWllg aY
attempt 'n sta-uM against rn t neigh.
-bors by the thret of Ovmewbuimlag
force. The future "Maf Of t h wVfd Is
being *naped today nrt only On the bat-
tlefids we the Wbhrmacht I being
annihilated. but alo In placid, quiet
Dumbarton Oaks lwe the word secur-
Ity conference is being held.

Better Distribution Needed

Though Rationing Abandoned
TUI oM cal announcement last week-
end that rationing had been aban-
doned was a big mWrptl. Much time,
trouble, and money had been spent in
making preparations, and the uncere-
mnonious withdrawal of the scheme was
almost a coife-*at of failure. The truth
Is that Government delayed rationing so
long that it was overtaken by event%.
When most needed it was not done, and
the decision to undertake it came when
the new'rsity was abwit to disappear.
There has been a very large increase
In local production, and since employ-
ment stopped on the bases rice growing
has been rapidly extended. The work done
by the Local Frod Production Department
under Mr. H. Neal Fahey has been highly
successful, and is responsible to a large
extent for the decision not to proceed
with rationing. Added to this is the fact
that the import position has improved.
If flour reserves are adequate as the
Government states and can be increased
at will, and rice is coming in much better,
these circumstances must be given due
The Government went to much
trouble in the official communique on the
subject to explain why rationing was no
longer necessary. It blamed the public
and shopkeepers for failure to under-
stand the scheme or to co-operate in cer-
tain cases, and included numerous other
excuses in a lengthy summing up of the
situation. Not all the points mentioned
were convincing, however, and it might
have been better to stick to the main
fact that supplies are now much easier.
But the need for better distribution not
only of rice and flour but of other foods
remains, and also of things like poultry
feed. The Food Advisory Committees are
being retained, and the Government
hopes to get some help from them in im-
proving the situation. But what is needed
is not simply a revision of the old system.
Innovations must be tried if there is to be
a sensible change for the better, and part
of the money saved on rationing should
be devoted to measures for more equit-
able distribution.
The fact that supplies are better is
encouraging, especially as it had been
thought that the opening of the second
front would cut imports. This has not
proved to be the case so far, but the im-
proved prospects should not cause food-
growers to sit back and relax. Sustained
work is needed to help bridge the gaps
which still exist and create reserves
against contingencies. With an eye on
the future, which in some ways is still
uncertain, we should carry on the Im-
portant work of food production without

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L..ften T

Ti fa wtd h T"IDtpWe
MUIWS sr eih ,la4'bamiSVeU
Ourila amd Wi u4
statmnt, aI Oo GoUMvst szi-
ame for the foego ON
the cumatlands is depionibe. The
mmpnr- by Mr. Mutor
and low were son of Ue Valua-
ti oI.
No eZplatila has been offered.
u far Ma Iknow. at e Ma* eud
by wich the mupet nsatinigres
cpiled;Pit5 jus a
oUotmf 6 "tet tO ornreave it'
titde. chedes we"e gent
tmuh each estate to eount the
tow carnprixt WeeulSIvatt
araand yet% th eem oI
been completely Ignoreod In com-
putltha valuation.
t in f the information Omi-
cer were to make a public sAta-
ment on the matter it might throw
some light on the methods used:
it might, or might not, satisfy
those e oneran.
I know the kaura people intl-
mately; they are respectsbis, law-
abiding, ard passive, and!I can only
may that Government in paying
Inadequate compensation to som
has taken a very unfair advantgt
of their placid nature,. knowing full
well that they would be unwilling
or unable to make proper repre-
mentation for redress.
If Mr. Mentor. by this timely ar-
ticle helps these people to get Jst
treatment from Government. he
will have earned their lifelong
However, I believe his mrotet will
fall On stony ground uwleis other
suPPOrt is forthcoming. Perhaps the
member who represent& these pe -
ien the Legislatpre wil plead
their cause After all, he is
supposed to have their interests at
If. however, he is not #ufilentily
tntersted, then perhaps either the
Hon'ble Roy Jnanh or the Hlon'ble
GOerald Witht light care to take up
the matter.

South Trinidad.


Franchise Report Query
Th Edttlor, "Trinildad Guardian.
I have junt read the report of
the Franchise Committee which I
calculate, took two years, four
months, and four days to be pre-
Non-Brltiah persons who have
resided in the Colony for not less
than five year asa entitled to vote
in Port-of-Spain, San Fernando,
and Arima Council elections.
The Secretary of State for the
Colonies has agreed that the pr.-
posed County Councils wheqjclected
wilt be allowed to recommend what
Wxeutive functions may be an-
truated to them. I cannot conceive
of the County Councils being given
more executive powers than the
municipalitlea now have.
Only British suhjects are recom-
mended for the vote for the County
Couacils, hut In my opinion, it is
Inconsistent to exclude non-British-
I speak for the non-Briltish Chin-
eae. They have a greater stake in
the country districts than in the
municipalities. They own shop-
buildings, shop-spots, and some-
times, considerable acreage of
For unlike the Portuguese, the
Chinese have invested their money
in lands- cocoa and coconut es-
tates. The non-British Chinese
townsmen are, with few exceptions,
only tenant-occupiers.
Non-British Chinese are as much
concerned about the roads, sanita-
tion, health, and Irrigation in the
counties as those In our munimteilpall-
ties, and ae their British brethren.
Again, County Councils are re-
commended by the Moyne Com-
mission to give the people some
experience In voting, but elections
are recommended every three
Sir Lennox O'Rellly counters Mr.
Mentor's suggestion that elections
should be held annually, and that
a certain proportion of the mem-
bers should retire annually, with
the argument that It there should
be undemirable casueua it could be
removed at one time, but at the
same time such eaueus would be
left In oflce for three years. rather
than made gradually ineffective by
annual elections.
On the whole the Franchise Re-
ort tis, in my opinion, unsatafac-
The future rests with the peo-

Whither Trinidad?
The Editor, "Trinidad Guardtim."
Movement can be mistaken for
p rogress. Trinidad seens to be on
e move, but where H It going?,
Youth has now organized itself,
the children's holiday games ar
bein organlsed. The City Coun-
elW, fu d (as our dralas used to
be), with Its success la orgamnetg
the water, Is now to organise oUT
light. The hope of the-fture, the
West Indian National Party, Is
well organized that the party has
become more Important, it seems.
than the cause; or rather, perhaps,
the cause has been organized into
a party.
The.next (and last?) step ts to
have an organlaUon for organie-
Ilg organizers. Then not even
ault suffrage can loose us from
this firmly organised freedom.

Points From Latters:
Cm f(Port-of-spaitn: The City
Council li paving lanes in Wood-
brook but the pace of the work is
so slow that one wonders whether
It will be finished by th time the
next war come round.

Notice To Correspondents
suFFRBEB (Belgrade street.
Portof-paIn): YTour ltter will be
eonsiderad for publicatio on re-
lcit of your nam and ull dres.
UITISiUR : Your letter will be
euAildarad for pablton an ( -
GO" at V" NMI"tdr-

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A plaee lI the -

Churches Remain Unmoved

By Barbados Education Bill

Litle or no sUtir was eamed
in Church circles In Barbados
by the amendment to the Edu-
cation Act giving the Govern-
ment power of appointment,
transfer, and dismissal of tea-
chers In denominational scheel.
By A Special Correspondent
That primary education in Bar-
bados Is at present passing
through the most momentous
lwriod of its history Is not a matter
of debate but a self-evident truth.
Two factors which have contributed
most to this have been the Direc-
tor of Education's internal re-
grouping of classes, and the
amendment to the Education 11Bill
passed last June, by whicn all pri-
mary school teachers became civil
The Barbadian's stubborn adhe-
rence to the roots of the past, with
the corollary of his reluctance to
change are characteristics which
have often made him thn butt of
his fellow West Indians. Conr#-
quenuy, any one of the two even's
referred to would have sufficed to
make the vear 1944 memorable in
the colony's educational history;
together they constitute a vlrtal
Dual Control
It is necessary at the outset to
point out the essenUtal differences
tobe found between the primary
school systems of Trinidad and
There are no Government pri-
mary schools in Barbados. the
system of dual control by Church
and State being the rule. As there
is only one Roman Catholic
Church in the island, the part
which that faith plays in primary
education is very small, the one
Oathclio school--St. Patrick's-
being a semi-private institution.
Of the 126 primary schools, the
Anglican Church controls some 30
per cent, therest being divided be-
tween the Methodist and Mora-
vian denominations in the ratio of
3 to 2. The term controlss" Is used
somewhat loosely now In view of
the recent amendment to the Ed-
ucation Act.
This dual control of education
is a relic of the days when the
Church was the first to assume
responsibility for the education of
the colony, and Its persistence Is
ascribable both to the property
complications (the Church natu-
rally owns nearly all of the
school buildings) that Government
control might have created, and
the reluctance of the Government
to displease the Church and set up
the necessary administrative ma-
chinery which the change would
have necessitated.
Nevertheless. this dual control
has for many years been a sn
point with teachers ad has re-
peatedly been aired both in the
Press and In the House cf Assem-
bly, who complained that it laid
the teachers open to exploitation
as well as to victimsaton.
Conso uently the amendment
passed b both houses of legisla-
ture in June represented the cli-
max cf an agitation which now
acute, now subtle, had been made
for nearly two decades, but it gave

the teachers even more than they
cared to have.
The "Objects and Reasons" for
the amendment as stated In the
Colony'a "Official Oaette" were:
"As teachers in public elemen-
tary schools who have been remu-
nerated wholly frcm Government
funds have been placed under the
control of a Government depart-
ment, it now appears desirable
that they should be appointed,
transferred, suspended or dismsed
by the Governor. These teachers
would, in matters relating to dis-
cipline, be dealt with in accord-
ance with the procedure let out
In the Colonial regulations.
Teachers got more than they
bargained for In section ib) of
Clause 2. which stated that "the
Governor shall have the power to
transfer any teacher of a public
elementary school from one public
elementary school to another,
whether or net such transfer re-
presents promotion, provided that
no teacher shall be transferred
without his own consent to an
office which, In the opinion of the
Governor. is of leas value than
that which he already holds."
A storm o(if protests was raised
against this section by teachers
who had disconcerting visions of
being rudely uprooted and trans-
olanted in another soll (Trinidad
teachers who are already familiar
with this treatment will smile, at
the size -21 miles by 14 miles of
the sister colony) and aired taetr
grievance in the prepss and
through their representatives in
the House, but to no avail.
Schools Praised
The amendment to the Educa-
tion Act did hot cause the furor*
in Church circles which similar
legislation evoked here. No petition
was sent to the Secretary of State
for the Colonles. A single Me-
thodist minister timidly suggested
in the "barbadoe Advocate" that
the Church should have been con-
sulted before the change was
made, but an editorial broadside
delivered by the same newspaper
quickly silenced him, and deterred
an further demur.
It would be no less futile than
ungrateful, however, to de.iy the
great value cf the contribution
which the Church has made to
education in Barbados. This was
acknowledged in both houses of
legislature during the course of
the debate, and the Implication
was made that It was not Govern-
ment's intention to rob the schools
of the Church influence.
Since then It has ben stated In
semi-official quarters that in the
new administrative set-up the old
board of managers, which formerly
consisted of the supervising min.-
later and two lay members of the
Church will be superseded by a
panel of which the supervising
minister will have a seat.
Thus it can be seen that al-
though, in the words of an hon-
ourable member, the amendment
constitutes the most momentous
piece of legiation enacted during
the long hst.,ry of education in
the Island, there are indications
that the spirit of compromise will
not be absent from its execution.

Britain's Airmen Learn To 'Doodlebug'
Fighter pilots of the R.A.F., some by destroying 20 locomotives in low
of them Battle of Britain veterans, level attacksl on the continent.
"We've got plenty of marksmen,
have learned new techniques In he explains. "and that's what counts
oombating the flying bomb In one against the flying bomb. We de-
of the et dangerous schools veoped our own technique of at-
Sthe mt eou h tack and we got 'em even tho h
the wcrld. we got back spattered with black
Their schoolroom is the English oil, with fuselages singed and our
rudders burned off, We blow off
Channel*M and they had no taos r, their wings. shoot away tir on-
They learned for themlvee by gines and fire their fueL ThTe -
hazardous trial and eror tatics, plodes the bomb."
h their 'planes at the another pilot who flies at lea-
hun their plane. mont's side sa y% h Wing Com-
bombs as they sped across the mender thinks ;doodlsbug "nA cold
Channel on their way to civilian wpot ompaeMd it ta
targets in London and Southern with the Aft3.Wffe".he refeo
England. lanes with Pdo whom Ibe a
nlan. *sh oot down and who hae a ehanim
CONVENTION SCAIPPEID to shoot back. But when he start
As a""as the terogr attack ba- chaSinga doodlebug It has a mighty
gan. Britain's tighter pilo foimi simt cance of getting to London.
they had to aecrap all previous dle In addition to thls teho
of air combat toavoid being bm volved by the veteran other pIlot
up theW ton of exo have ideas of their own. unaot
the carried. some offt Uhe tha Flying Off0cer Ken roller, *n
LAt maksmen and air fighting teo. Australta awtteg with thSAY.
ticlana hurled tlheielea at 401 Tactical Atr For* nudgdaa
m-pAi. at thea bomw fIgurng oan ieu off Its F =r t~bfiato
the bet methods of d 4lxbug ff Its Ml. MM

the explosaon came. m Of' ^tbeg am
Wow. asaruo m of t ire w sao ny eiiasZ
pertence. a new technique has and olweae to S
evolved--to fly up under n edead thesA
Of thepilotle s Mne t#0% i atT
burst of malie-Mgun orb i n
fire. then drop back id east a
it to avoidWe explosonIca
Britain's leading fling bo"
S-orH q* Vsk-",
*aS'Sffla rA

fIghter, the e IR hasX
trawd many boarn durtin hl5
few weeks, and earlier -nUM
utablished hkimsl as a-aailk



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Descrlptie:-.Joeeph upttste. nativ of Dominicf., o
and Painter, Hetght: 5' 6", Cowur
Medium, Kyea: Brown.
Lat known addeas S. rotagr *I
(June 1340). ( *
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The Trinidad Social Welfare
Committee huas set up an organisa-
Uon sub-committee for the pur-
pom of studying the co-ordination
of the voluntary social services In
the Colony
As a flrst step the sub-commit-
tee Isl gathering information as to
existing voluntary bodies engaged
In social work.
A questionnaire has accordingly
been issued to voluntary bodies
known to the Committee and they
will be glad if appropriate groups
which have not received it will
communicate with
Social Welfare Committee.
P.O. Box 134,
D. I M:sGON.

(Colonial Co'
No. 27 of 1S4L
00006 a
Horn0o a
No. 2A of 145.
oooam t
Spain a
Buena 1
port lfl

No. 5 of 194S,
lanes ufA

Social wealare Umfcr. The Pro
that by virtue* ,
of AppralseaM
from the PrisI
Applications are Invited for the matters, there
20a of Matron, Femnale Prison,)sale at Public
Prlsone Depament, doors of the So
of-Spain (fa&l
The eat tS pensionable and car- Wednesday th
ries a 5arv of V0e rising by an- tember, 1944, at
nual inorements of $60 to M0 per the following
annum. In addition, temporary seized In Priss,
War Allowance is payable. No Cotton angd
quarters are provided, cotton eAnd
Preference will be iven to ep- towels, th
plIcanta who have had training cameras, a#
as a nurse and Institutlonal ex- and undM
pertn te In he handllnr of staff other artic
sand labour and whose age does not The said gs
exceed 40 years. for sale in dM
lot will be soMl
Appointment would be on pro- the appraised
baton for one year in the nrst The said '
Instance and would be subject to be viewed att
pasin & a medical axamunagon. gistrr and
Applications should be addressed ConUrthe Monds
to the Colonial Secretary, Govern- t pecndSS-
ment BuIlding, not later than the hours of
30th Augualt, 1944, and must be on eo o
the prescribed form which may be Dated thisa
obtained from the Secretariat. 1944. A. .
(Sgd,) A. T
llth August, 1944.


Tyres and Tubes are now issuued to Motor
strict observation of the rates laid down in th
Regulations 1944, and it Is notified. for the o
that a conviction for a breach of these Regulatn
result in the forfeiture of all tyres and tube
convicted. These rates were published at Pag* _
Guardian" of Thursday 10th August.

Secretary, Transport I
Auguit Ie, 1344.

2nd Bn The Trinidad

In exerclse of the powers coi-
ferred on me under Section 2 of
the Defence (Discipline of Local
Forces) Regulations, 1942, the at-
tention of all members of the 2nd
Bn. Trinidad Volunteers is drawn
to the orders already issued by me
rIgardins the Training Camp for

Special P
four days of
will be isuu
the Tranp
Board to -

Every member of the battalion is owners and
required to attend this Camp and entered i
fsWure to do so will be dealswnh "leered
under the provigiona of ection Turf Club,!
of the aforvnentloned Regulations, bers of the "
(Sfd.) T. LSCARROTT. residing
LtU.-Col. ON NO
2n00mmandnft~r~ofie TEMERG
a1d3nb Idaed Volunteer*. USE.


Vy kyirtue of 0 he powers*Weonf danPd o 451
Defence rood Control) RegulaDtion, 1942. te a
apply ftom the 22nd August, 1944'-
Port-Of- 3Whw..
Spain ether th- a

1OB-tw bfg 178 tbIL

Dwlrfam 2nd

$11.0 $11.15 par n
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j orces Nearing Pam

itslfhs Naval Base

1.9te ad closesn~ pltrS frtemi em
0e ha be Of Toulon
BK"" Encircled
wa. The Anes an an- l -
B tffba klled wonde [CONTINUED FROM PA64 11
100St .0 Oarma ns in Ads swiftly Moving AIaI
Solemn crted onut entcrel
itItself h been movements that already cut Tou
o riteh in the aln and outflank Marseilles.
f by the British drive Allied troops are cutting the dis
down the alaif orpnised German defence. rOavieN
wenlretlemente o ilbeind enemy pockets to be mueoon
sa steady close-in up later. ao far the main Oer
captured the villages resistance has been around Toulot
Lalel. Occagneae and and it looks as though the enem
stat.Leonard intends to fight hard for this nav
c mJsb ON ase. The Allies closing in on three
erU d be cpsides have been meeting tiff op
i rth, the Cnadltn position on the approaches of To
thlo he German rear- ion. One French force t o ly there
Sere within two aies mle way in the hills ovorlooklunM
S they folded the OAer- the naval base from the ni north.
iUpon the brod Beinm Meanwhile, well inland Alle
a little more than columns have reached a point l
S i Mmilleat from Marselleu and w ti ar
F ted that 25,000 very near if they have not Ar.ad
owners had been cap- cut the main highway fr. Tou
0 Normandy bulge bat- Ion.
b a ple Falaoe.Argentan More good progress hu beef
o'clock tonight, made on both sides of the RiveA
on of Marshal von Durance. It Io south of the Dur
B&nn Seventh Army ance that the Allied columns A14
ted d as the Allied thrusting an outflanking driv
America British and northeast of Aixr, which control
Sut toward the the roea leiding oatit of Mrseillo
wldo front. to the north; no It the German
^BhmralSirMila Iemp- want to Pull Out they Will hAve t(
Mond Army Aslone use the longer road to the west ant
mte r prism oas uP to northwest.
P fmIts total to 10,000. The number of prisoners In Alyie
;laly announced that hands has now swelled to abou
te ment of at least 14 14.,000 Including the the ird Uemar
eipe umbaw erlnt at general captured with his ent;r
ton US. e trailed by staff of six officers and 30 oth

| me5 wer ca~ traped o btypn' rnie n nsu~ e
ge Aumegsctns, iritlsh ranks. This German general wu
Breit adn chief administrative oflfcwr :o
S2 emy forces klld nd ot t rance where he aal
th get probably repatilon for cruelty,
Sin Inu rekte tobelcap The French radio In Algiers say
ttL ie toae ''since yerteray .norning ToulouG
th conquest of the Co- has eenIn the hands of the Frenct
where r the ag force of the interior. Thne Ger.
r mans are reported to hav-! evacu
tton' sU.S. Third Army ted d numer of p aces long thi
5 casualties aomn the Spanierh frontier and in south cen
g August I1 in h tral France. A Germrin *rmourev
Brittany and northern dison tried to rrove forward b
wthe outakirts of Paris. txe oqus turned them back.
a reports said the ta a _c
*M ttempted to break
fanhe Argentan pocket way forio f an.
it only after h eavy Jap Resistance
that ueut.-General
a n w mashed it. At At Tiddim Cracks
Mat It looked like suc-
,It was atout three OaUTHEAST ASIA COMMAND
tare night-fall that KANDY, CYLON, Aug. 21 m Reu-
fl broke from the ter- -The Japanese resistance or
m forward with the Tiddim Road near the Burms
fl front of a mile. frontier has collapsed, and the
itgunners with m a- British 14th Army is again movln
ners and riflemen forward.
e with a hall of fire John Nixon. B.B.C. reporter
Sand ,'.K. troops r ays that after concentrated at
11* terrific cross-fire tacks by aircraft and artillery
'tfanks. The grtm~ul which prepared the way for Infan-
1 littered with eead. try to overcome enemy opposition
was at such close astride the road, Indian troops oc
that no air support cupled a village, a mile on the
for, but the Rt.AF. Burma side of the frontier.
[1 smashed in and crip- During the past month they have
! mran effort, knock- ambushed and killed more than 670
tanks in quick time, Japanese and wounded 2n0 more.
a yesterday the Attitd li su l
some 3,700 prisoners
inludin a Sforza W ants
commander and a
kj Italy's Colonies
Aug.l 1iROs& nt Aug. 1 (C.-CounIt
l lo~ls Slorza, A(nisier without PortfoU<
amgi me diay n ion.i's government said to-
arstnt leoae that thtule Aresu noud let italy
e d ist Ad p es p ner colonies atoer the war,
tt W asI WuikNeR unless other nations turn theirs
*I AulD be (APi-Tre over to internUonal adlnitra.
aga ain met i o ttaw- 8Iota ia e tudoueht -id,
H efforts to draft a ritreaind G ts H omUnd
s nettaement of the snould be returned to Italy, but
dispute A spokes- Indicatea he did not include
thattwas unlikelythat o tn'OPi aanB A he Dodecanese
would be rmued In olAanusA.P)Wt
tor two. It Is under- A a rcn twr
tover, that premier Britain Gets Heavy
SndL some of his col- d
Sth chief hope of a Robot Attack
Sthe establishment of a By JAM8 KINGO
&IGonvl Government In LONDON. Aug. 11 (AP)-Wtth
the it liberation-this the Allied astleh racing toward the
t Lo include represent-t robot launching alta In the Pas de
n shNational Com- Calas region the Germans today
L ber tion t present hurled one of the besvi day-
dtothW acnd the Lon light attacks since the first wen s
2la ps heretofore re- of the flying bomb mtassaults on Lon-

P tri the Western Allies asdon and the south of Rugland.
ntatl1ves of varlou The enemy capitaliaedonoupy
is In Poland. weather which bid One robot roos
ere feel that even from Allied bomdrn .
ution-f acceptable to Heavy ack-ack fire, /Icluding
id to the National Com- some rockets. met the robots At the
A present functioning I coast and the gIuners' score is,*
"be lasting only I good. in one coastal area, two
Wi brsenfed by an were ahot down In several minutes.
nof the people's Thtomsreehe ,ll
IL able unde i n. The a bombswrecked housesxahops
r io te? under in-lnd oe pub,10ut in Joly one place
i alspldes after the lib- a a heavy death toll feared.
liga~et~d in London thbt T
o proposal might be Evangelist Churches
nad& on Mikock Meet On Thursday
ad mmionto Moscow,
Close to the Premier Trinidad OGardiaa C~trrpemdent.
pglprefer to wait until 8AN PURNANDO, Aug. 21-The
tLMadI. annual meeting o_ the Federation
peuftea expressed the of Evangellcal Oburche* o Trini-
I 11.early soluttln, but dad wili be held in SusamachMa
c optluIStc predie- Church, San Pernando, on Thure-
K aue loteaTCab- day ,t 7.1B pU., wen address
B- I teed the posibility will be given by Rev. J. H. Pooni,
aid to the underground S.D., and Rev. J. A. Scrimgeour,
QPM-nt fighting the Oer- DOJ. An InvItation I extended to
g-w waraw. the public to attend.

igEnlTE"" '"" 8


Thaumiay 24th
s-p. r.

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Had Probe Von Scram xpsin South Pric
Nazi 'ram" in Russia o M r
LONDON. Aug. 21 (Reuter)- Cost MerC
The tail piece to the amw 80
night Coaes from the GermaT
radio. It b~iight lhi a spoe AN FERNANDO, Aul
PIMA awa y weGerm=vt Regulations cost Rkiarrd
plain away the GOI 1etst5 bella 8202.30 in fines and,
on the Russian fnmt. H name $
Was Reiter Von Sctm. On an accusation of I
hawv A record of the aIm
footwear in stock George
derod by Mr. F. J. Camaci
Crisis Near
Magistrate's Court bera
id YAfor sale blankets valued
4 With Reich I84.50 he was flned W and
1. 11i'iR ^llli a T 1 eIgbaketa valued at: $1,
a1 similar fine was impose
r- And u lga Evidence disclosed that'
taha Price Control Ins1pct
a ShIl Atm-erd us sell ebair- Oeorge did not have any
m man of the Com mlttee set up by LONDON, Aug. 21. (Reter).- 'he footwear. The blanket
y GOvO 1i11u1re .Into st Bugarlan relations with Oermany tags showing the prices
L medleal ad hlth ley ef appear to be rapidly approaching a they were being sold. In
i the Cloew, revealed In a crisis. Ivan Bagrsanov, the u5la- George said he bought t
,. cfterence .estindav that preb- rnan Prime Minister a we&expeted from a retailer.
1. leims assod with nutrition today to demand full powers from
' will eepy an Impertant place the Sofia Parliament which hu James Robinson, a San
g In the investigations. (See story nman who pleaded gulty to
on Paeo 1) btreen it continuous session orm of being armed with a t
d three days discussing diplomatic commit a felony, was d
1 relations with (ermany. to srve one year In jail 1
'Me nxity wth hichpro to serve one year in Jell b
a tl The anxiety with which pro-Ns. J. Camacho In the M
S *EaSt irussia l'Ugarlian are watching the sltua- Court here.
tUon is indicated in a speech made RobinsOn, It was state,
e during the debate by Zankoff, a dished a raror. and began
n I i Se h Uattered former Prime Minister, who Is anther man at King's W
Ar quoted by the German news agency Saturday.
r. -- as declaring that there are no good Sergeant-Major Mans
I tCONTINUso PFOM PAo 1 i1 reasons for breaking off diploma- the charge.
e Eight to ten divisions were tic relations with Oermany. "It is
t rght nto the southern psh. c- with the deepest concern that the For assaulting Consable
Thrown Into the southern pmh ac- ynationaiist circles in our country of the Special Reserve Pc
e cording to Transocean's mltary i ear t the new Gove n pert Cieorge wAS sentence
Scommentator. Moscow has not tha i t hr e Minise r months In jail, when he
o confirmed the offensive which the andIt Prime Minister are b n the Magistrates Court
SGerman radio said was raging openly c ledBulgarian Badoglios, morning.
southeast of TirUspol and north- i re.o .ta ta i i Police evidence diseloa
d east of Issl, Cairo reports stte that It is felt while trying to keep a c
t The Rumanian communique stat- thee that if Bulgaria does not the road, the accused rel
1 ed the Russians were attacking withdraw her army within her own move. began cursing an
e along the whole front for three corders, break with Germany and chucked the constable.
W days with ferce battle in progree 3get rid of the small "Junkers group'" In convicting George, th
* not only in the TiraSpol tltd Iasi at present leading the country irate described the offend
r areas but at several points between there will be serious disturbances, serious one. and declared
Id these cities. According to these reports. three was prepared to deal serious
groups of Bulgarian Partisans such actions.
s COSTaLY CO'UNTER-BLOWS numbering between 5,000 and 15,000 -
e a c are at present operating in Bul. Randolph Harrynarlne,.
h While achieving limited huc- garia proper and other groups are by the magistrate as a
- cesses, the German counter-attacks operating with other Partans in was sentenced to three in
- in the Baltic In the last eight days Thrace. prison, on accusations of
ie were nIdeat great cost. The resisting arre.'t and disord
Ie ware lside at great cost. The ank,-.havlour, when he appeared
- Nais lost 1,344 tanks and 414 air- o 4aysa Mr. F. 7 Camacho in th
A craft in their efforts to stabllise the Montgom ry S fate's Court. here this or
SEastern waont. sn I N r wa ordered to serve one r
The possible German successes each charge.
against General Ivan Bagramian E I N
were ofBfset to some extent by Gen- ICONTINUSi FROM PAOG 5| Entering a guilty plea t
eral Anarel Yeremenko's steady fiteering charge. Fiphag
push toward Riga, becoming a real fit condition to bfiht beef vendor of the central
menace to the Genrmr.ins trying to tont er gt again for here. W'as ordered to payI
get out of the Baltic through the months There are still many su a nd 70 cents Costs tyv Mr
big Latvian port and perhaps prises In store for the fleeing rem- macho in the Magistrate'-s
.through enral Bagraminnd hard- nantsVictory is definite, complete Ben0ptt, it wa stated,
through General Eagramian's harzd- and decisive. onso ta t3 et
pressed lines. and deisve pounds of steak at 35 cents
S Still farther north In Esoni, "As soldiers, we ell want to pay instead or 29 cents
A Sieneral Mftslennrlkov art n surt d our Ltribute to the Allied Air Forces. The information was
e up on Tartu, strategic commun-rged I doubt If ever in the history of Lance-Corporal Price.
up on Tartu, strategic comnmuni-
I cations centre connecting the trnp- war the air forces .hive had such
ped forces In Estonia and those oSpportunities or taken such good -- ....
driven back on the Riga In the advantage of them, The brave and
eastern Latvia. brilliant work of the pilots has Scholarship A"
G, General Maslennlkov ,s about aroused our greatest admiration. lr ip A
* seven miles south of Turtu yester- Without their support, we soldiers Aw r
* day and within artillery range of could bive achieved no success. Awa Ap rov
the main railway running south "Where all is done so well, I w t Aindo
From the city. it difficult to single out any for The "Trinidad Guardia,
Transocean's Olberg wrote that special praise. As a British gen- officially informed yesterc
Fighting flared up consldeivibly eral, I can speak for all the sol- before an announcement
G along the whole front from the diets' of the Empire and can ex- made as to the selection o
lower Dulester to the Gulf of Fin- press our highest admiration for candidates for the medlci
land. He stated that the "*focal the brave fighting quilltles of the warships for Trinidad, the
point" developed between besieged American army in the opening of the Secretary of State
Warsaw and Sandomierz and all stages of the 'break In' battle of Colonies must be obtalnec
along the Vistula bend. July 25 and the following days. Official circles while no
Powerful attacks were made by And we followed with tremendous tinr that a number of t|
the Russians from the Lndomierz enthusiasm their great achieve- tons made were from
and Warsaw bridgeheads as well as ments during the wheel of the already undergoing
the new one west of Kazmnierz, 35 right flank almost to the gates of studies, however indicate
Smiles east of Radom. Olberg did Ptiris. consideration had been
S ot discuss the claimed break- "We never want'to fight along- students abroad
through in the T4kumns zone. side better soldiers. Meanwhile from Orenad
Prom the Sandomier- bridge-. "As Alliedcommander and over- news of the award of a
lheid. 120 miles south of Warsaw all commander of the land forces medical scholarship to Mil
Marshal Ivan Koniev was believed under General isenhower, I can Gibbs. daughter of Mr.
to be building up anew offensive Praise the fighting qualities and Gibbs, a retired headteach
against the old Polish capital pos- tenacity In battle of the British, Two other candidates, 1
Sibly planning to attack It from Cinadlan and Polish troops on the Intyre and Mr. Boyd of 1
the rear. astern flank. They fought the have also been selected for
enemy relentlessly and took heavy scholarships under the W
toll of him during the whole great lslamds quota,
i ,battle. Miss Oibbs who won an
Lit 0p o ,lion from her father's Mc
il pposi on ALLIED TEAM St. Joseph's Convent in G
Si R matriculated at the early
To Pacific Raids "But surely It matters little who 16. after a very brilliant
did this or that. All that matters She taught for some time
WASHINGTOIN, Aug. 21 (API-- is that it was well and truly done nidad and after pursuit
The Navy announced that air op- by the whole Allied team. medical studies at Bishop
rations against the Japanese-held "A proper motto for the Allies School returned home to
islands on the route to the Philip- should be 'One for ill and all for an appointment on the
pines and Japan continue to meet one!, and that is our motto, I staff.
little opposition. Reporting on acti- want to thank you all for the way
vitles iO the western Pacific on you responded to the call. ----- *--
Friday and Saturday they said all "Victory In northwest Prance
American 'planes returned from south of the Seine marks the be- Roosevelt.Churchill
I attacks on six islands.
They mid Army Liberator bomb- ginning of the end of the German
era attacked an airfield ard ad- miltar domination of rance. Meet Plans Under
jacent installations on Yap Island Much still remains to be done, but
in the western Caclines on the it will now be done the more easily. WASHINOTON. Aug. 21
route to the Philippines on Satur- "And what next? Having brought A conference between
day encountering no ailr opposition disaster to the German forces in Churchill and President R
and only meagre ground fire." northwest Prance, we must now is in the planning stage, t
Gun emplacements on Pagan Is- complete the destruction of such and place depending on t
lanld, In the Marianas, were bombed of his forces as are avaleble to be tunes *f the war.
the same day despite heavy anti- destroyed. After knowing what Mr. Roosevelt would I
aircraft fire. Alamangan Island In happened to their armies In north- prefer to wait until after t
the sam group wa also attacked, west Prance, It is unlikely that lions in November.
Navy bombers struck at airfields these will now eome to us, so we The poiablllty of another
and gun positions on Nauru'Island will go to them. ence In Quebec since Mr H
on Friday and Saturday. Marine "'The Lord, mighty In battle, has is going to Europe now, wo
dive-bombers and flgiters bombed given us victory.' The news is ykse rest criticism from
and strafed enemy Installations on very good from the war fronts all opponents claiming that Mr.
Wotie and Mill atolls In the Mar- over the world. The end of the volt would be taking advar
| shals on Saturday and met only war is in sight. Let us finish off Dewey in relation to the
light opposition. ,this business In record Ute." American soldier vote.

e Control Breaches

hant $200 Fines

iL Guardian Carreseuaaet
lust 21-Thrte breaches of the Prtce CWntrl
George, a dry goods merchant af 1 .

falling to
ount of Japs Told War Not
was or- Against Chinene
ho In the LONDON, Aug. 31 (ReIdeus-
i to pay The Japanes were teU Id Ht
f offering In a broadcast by te I=m
Minister that they ave bee
at $4 for fighting with Chta for Seav
Sfor sell- years not against the Chitee.
,U for $2 but against American and kft-
1 on him. Ish aggression.
when cer- .. i
or. visit- -
tine ago
co rdo 60 Nazi Divisions
record of Zon
oa carried
in wiceHold Balkans
he shoes by JOl5E MORTON
BARI. Aug. 21 (AP).-I Ital y
Fernando t is reported that a Osman torem
a charge of fewer than 0 dIvisions, moat of
weaponn to them far under strength Is hold-.
v ordered Ing the entire Balkana, Including
by Mr. F. the front facing RuSsia. The or-
>gstrate's mans have strung out two-thrds of
this number across Wo mmustal.
d. bran-s ot miles between the Black st
n running
Vharf last and Krakow. Poland, dipermed
astout a dosen divisions below the
well laid Danube and concentrated the re-
mainder in central and north.
western Yugoslavia.
e Simon. It is believed that these troops
'lice, Ru- constitute the minimum with which
d to six Germany can hope to retain the
appeared Ealkans, and withdrawals to h1'
here this Ieet the new Allied invasion are
d th unlikely. The OGermans' tranporta-
rsod to tion situation has become critical
cr'owd off tll
'fsing to principally because of Allied bomb-.
d finally Ing operations against Instal-
lations in PloestI and lsewhere.
e malgis- The German Air Poree bolterd
:ce as aby Rumanian, Hungarian and Bul-
that he gs.rlan units, will probably be able
usly with to muster Ioo to 1,000 fighter 'planes
in the Balksns. They are bl ed
described ptrincipally In eastern Austria,
savage.' Hungary. Rumania and eastern
ontnhs In Yugoslavia for the defence of
assault, refineries, freight yards and war
derly be- factories.
Pd before Most of the German divisions n
e Magis- the south are saturated with satal-
ling, Hle lite troops Poles. Osechs. lov-
innth on aki. Serbs, Armenians - probable
indications that the Reich means
o a pro- to discard them whenever It be-
Bennett comes necessary.
i market Field Marshal Maximilian Von
$100 fine Wrichs, who directs all operations
F. J Ca- in Yugoolsvia. Albania and Greece.
Court is believed to have no more than
sold tw,) five or six of all the Germep divi-
a pound slons left In his command.
laid b.\ ii=

New Device Aids
yards Power Of Guns
S NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (AP)-Mr.
SK. W. Engstrom, Research Director
S of the RCA. laboratories, said to-
day United States Army and Navy
dlay that guns of all sises are blasting the
can be enemy on every war front slth
fthe si* l more deadly effectlvnees than ever
1l achol- because, of the amiadgly accurate
approval muzzle velocity measure made pe.
f tor the sible by the new electronic Utlme in.
d. terval counter developed in R.C.A.
t admit- laboratories.
tihe selec- This counter measures velocities
students as precie as 1,100,000 for a second.
medical Mr. ngstrom said the instru-
ed that ment ha been in ust for me ta"
given to a year supplying untantneouly
Information upon whleh thepes-
la comes formnce of a glyven un eSab
Colonial Ilahed and the ounform of Its
Ims Hilda ammunition lheckedt within a fw
Joseph seconds.
Mr Mc-
Irenada, ARM
age of This man was simply following
career, his doctor's advice ihen he took
In Tri- Kruschen for his 'heuma' e. e
ng pre- writes :- -
p's High "Three years e&o, whea I was
take up %5, I went my mel tel advksr
Convent with rheumaLismun la my yhNli.
It wa so ba4 I had almit wkIs

the use of my right ar. After o
had examined me my doctr .,
'Now you are not to laugh at what
I am going to prescribe. Jo lote
o, course of Kruschen g alts aord-a
ing to directions I took his d-
vice, and have taken a dome of
Kruschen daily ever since with the
most beneficial remalte.-Megular
bowel movements, and um0Atie
absence of rheumatic symptomW."-
Two of the Inrpediects of r-ro-
chen Salts are the mot effectual
solvents o urc Uacid known to M-
dical science. Theyr awitly dul
the sharp edges of bbs palBm wn
ts3.. their conMr t m tate e"
harmless solution. Other
ento of thee Salt save a u-
lating offset on the a k ld
asst them to eXpel th sei
Usaeuneels"threugh tea* m)

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Stobdlsp Cadt Ratn Clar attmuad _lbs smiIs

ih ws. San tod, uite ago hw
hefnos will t absDic soStnida, Agst
W X9I C. d. HOBSON has now to4Ned c ltt for th.
r'lsnudM~ of the dance to be held at tie Drfll Hall. baa tr-
1n S.~raturday. September 5, the members of which are Mrs.
0 | 3.' U. M W.W tM. awMr. eg Non, 0..
C.apOst. and Mrs. A1hur Wiglht, at/ff!t. W. Martin,
~ati at 0 Iaki ad sgt T0vr

tL tdpe OelUeau's band have been engaged to play. and the
b will be de e wo t he Welfare fund for U.o troops aye-
---n eSotmt. I h t hadt a lrg crowd will attend.

J[-- a was a w.ry .uessful reheasal on Sunday momlng of
Dancg Starlets of 14." M s Marie PamerCBa'e s2ow
fA le repeated at the d lobe Theatre tonDrh.
anSwathout the danctm of the pulls, whic w Itselhf t Mtrs-
tie selectlonM 'or the entire proegabge played by the Poltee
e Wde.t. ripert a nd nlao are excellent ad lover of ood
,vSh ould enjoy thu double treat.
uW f "an d heir of Mr. and Mrs. H. Felce wa chrlstened at the
-. feared Heart Church on Sunday morning and was named Carloe
wilDr. bernabe perez wa his godfather and MoUs Nelle Felce,
wEa ase g odmother.
A pry, to whtch shout 100 of their friends we Invited, w.
hU later at MrS. elMce's home, where a buffet-luncheon was erwd.
S ulnteto Domilnicansfo orchestra was engaed to play and til e
uetth danaed and enjoyed themselves unl fairly late.l. -d
A se ltigthose invited were Mrs. Bernabe Pere. i". and Mt. Carlo
Dr. anud Mrs. Sifontea and Mis Renee. Mlis Almee and Mis
aSifontei: Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Machado, Mr. and Mr.
J. Orsni. Mis Menita Soils, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Vanosote. Mr. and
r .t ueta. Mrs. de Yrureta and Miss Amelia Yrureta. Mrs.
Mr and Mrts. eorste King, Missu Cf len antelliw Mrs,
:. Minsse Yolanda Carvajal, Mr. and Mrs. enag ec, Mr. Navarro
Mr. Pete. satoo. ^
tTUW bhaa reached Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gibbons from their daughter,
sM. Crais. the wife of Major Craig. U. s. Anrmy, of ie birth of
aoond so. Mrs. Craig. formerly Mis Qnuita Gibbons, left here
tWo ywa ao and is living In Indiana.
S S COCKTAILo A PARTY was arranged laMrt Wednesday
ing by Miss Gloria Rostant and Mls- Moyna Pantn for Miss
O'Brien. who Is leaving shortly to join the A. T. 8. It was
at Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dbadbe's home and the young people
to miutc supplied by a "pick-up" foe a while, after which they
is ) to the t rinldad Country Club.
SAm raig those Invited were Mia Helene and MiS s L. Ile de Vet-
u U, Mr. Dack, Mr. Percy, Mr. Don and Mr. Dave Huggings Mt S
Nuggins. Miss Marie Ange de Lapeyrou.e. Mits Thelma de
w Mr. Onrad and Mr. Terreno* O'Brien, Mr. In D'Abadie.
qjl. Obyl Mime. Mr. Cecil Quesnel Mr. Bernard O'Connor, Mr. Paul
SAr.eaud de Verteual, Mish Pranca Anderson and Mr. Jeff.

JACK MORTO., accompanied by hlis parrot. All, and Mr. Car.
ta mr of Baruiac s nlk left a few days ago for Taibaio, where they
Wfll ipend two weeks.
V16 weetk-fo d at the a ntrndad Country Club wab the heaviest as
far u th, crowd was concerned. I have not seen such a large
o D for a bg time as I did on Saturday evening.,
SWhat's, mUore. everyone seemed in gay spirit and had a good time.
BOB those I noticed on Saturday and Sunday were Brig -Generali
jush.f Colomel W. Rattan, As.t. Itupt. KMb-T er, and Mrs
3. R. 0oo0, Ommmander La Ponre. Capt. and Mr Bonny Carr, Lleut-
MOoll e C iBartett. l M Veeder. Miss Connie Rowe. Mis M. Coussr -
mant, Mr. and Mrs Joe Keiabali, Major Clarles Tebay, Capt. Gerry
Mrs. Bob Cidan, Mrs. D. rampton. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brooks.
saad Mrs. Jan Guide. Mr. P. li lt. Mr. Id. Griswold, Mr. J.
4P-MIe.N-Marw Robluass. Mim al sMa*d Miss Zena Games.
:m JAK L U MRTUtaiccompne. Mr. ip Mrs. HArry Cnd retom.
..L- M~rldgs.Mlssdn C M Ghen dGannes. Mr. Everard Panteim
SaMrd K s Fsn who arrvd a few dan ago from canada, where

il wt the rCAP: Mr. W. J. Wlla, Mr. and Mrs. Rat,
-M. and Mr Martin de Boehmler. Mr. A. J. Boys, Capt. C. C. Brooks.
i1 ~alte Anthony, Mms Jean Canning, Lleut. Pat. Reynolds, Mrs.
de Canning, Lieut. e ise. the Honble 0. Wight and Mha Wight.
o. and Mrs. 8 Uttlepage. COmmander and Mrs. Darlow. Lieut. Her-
wIs, LUlet. Powis. Commander Warrlngtmon, and other too numerous
to mdntion.

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Warm Days


This outIt ts sultabloe for the
wasm weather we are having at
S~A ft n itset sa ey to gI
Sthe bser tfme days as be-
fore,. but xll every young girt
1lbm & tan. Tht pretty dream
mea be nuado bkkles and eon
bu used -m an off-morning to
work In your Victory ganten,
wboa Mthe rays of the am will
gve the dired tan; and Just
1 oame your near neighbour
ealla out to ab you t t ahoi-
ping with hr,, nmak the little
bolero to slip over.

Radio Programmes
5 '00 Anrnounfem.nI Time View$ the News t News
15 Ore Oram Records Ray S.frolt Orchestra Qtu Pala
,o Dan ,# MinUae Mir'.h & Madness Hymr.n fromHoame
-4 iStarlight - Band Wago___
6 00 CoNmmand Hand News Jubilee
:11 PerTsonl Alium -
:. .. MIn.tret Melodies show Time
:41 News - News
:00 W I Part, Piog. Ner a Blondio
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:4 5 reonah'' a, -- - -
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:03 Lo. Calling Eurptoe Guy lombardo Pssu I Review
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:30 - Guy Lombardo Dane* Time
AS War Review - -
W :00 News Headlnes News Night Owl Club
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:45- -. Nocturne
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these girs look better in dresses
of onAe colour de ed to iv a
long line front shoulder to walet.

Today's Diary
"Dancing Starlets of 1i4,' iobo
Theatre, y .30 p.m.
Concert by Miss Winifred At*el
and Mr. Richard Wight, U.V.-.,
8 P.M.
Mr. C. Maloney to speak at an-
nual meeting of the Metropolitan
AM,-. Church.
Tomorrow's Diary
Midweek dance at Trinidad
Country Club.
Midweek dance at Persverance
Forthcoming Events
Annual open rifle competition at
Polnte-a-Plerre, Saturday. August

Cookery Centre Closed
nThe public i noticed that the
W.V.S. Cookery Centre is closed
until Monday, September 4.



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Tomorrow Hitler's Madman &
Mutiny On The Bounty

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,.reamNet Four First Half
At Skinner Park

". M.a GOhrla Cerrepwedent
|UAXO., August 21.-The tou ring idad aide suffered
. aGeat at the hands of a powerful Southern combination
S-B ement at Mkinner Park on Sunday afternoon.

w" a fast and clean,
crowd who attended
Small their goals In
bdt In the second
thitherto unbeaten
who were two goals
interval, fought like
attempt to bring the
and it was on;y hard-
part that they fail-d.
a grand game.
Ime with Gerry Gomez
f the attack moved
S towaids their op-
and they etored in
rgoal came from a shot
rd put from close
lertie Thompson
thb equalisr soon
B llth a one-timer from
ly ,
*lYwent into estacies as
gated toeir opponents'
SIt was Lumsden who
aots this time.
fourth goals came
aad LumEAdlen ieap'c-
*ttore half-time.
ealy, Trinidad's left-
uCeed the lead when he
San open goal Pnd the
I--2 at the interval.
boi session found Trini-
SSebf ors, and although
s* field without Raffle
telr right-half, who sus-
10g injury, they kept the
er opponents' goal area
!i the time.
eally further reduced the
I the Trinidad front-line
,otunued to keep the
Sunder a heavy barrage,
fnece set up by Durity,
y R. J. Lllicrapp, Phil-
i|Morris never gave ground.
STrinidad attacks were
al whistle found th- Trini-
H.stll on the offensive and
Ifnnr of a hard fought
'e Marache refereed the
Whl Mr. W. Alleyne and
e were linesmen,
Wag's were:
1:p. Thomson; MeD. Du-
Eatraon; Phillips, R. Lil-
fg Morris: R. Crawford, G.
SBaptlste, W. Baird. L.
4DAD: J. Gonsalves: J.
1 K. Warner; M. MfLean,
SB.R Knowlcs: N. S8say,
S4nK. A. Charles, R. Bur-
- Govia.

Iles, one of Trinidad's
players sLtole te
Cricket eugagemeint e-
at InOies eleven and
ig the lasi, weeg-enai
6et indies team
orthampton, gaineh a
accccoing to a B.B.C.
at Indies broadcast.
up with a bag of
15 runs and scored
rthe game which was
of the Colonial Coni-
of the Northants
stated, had other en-
were unable to play.
rating Club
tan Correspondent
2Aug. -- Siparal,
Sbanged home two
sei n to hand out
g to Pyabad Youths
ccer fixture at Sipa-

W the ball was centred
ward H. Paul dribbled
s and potted.
SYouths tightened up
'nea. but A. Worrell 4y
mobinatlon in the for-
Vt Sports two up before
lmption. the visitors
Slffensive, but this
Sriht winger Poon Tip,
S pass found the
A lat-minute drive, the
Mtlllg Club forwards had
n0.ti the fourth with a

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Renown Win

St. Crispin's

Cricket Cup
Renown earned the distinction of
winning the St. Crispin's Sunday
Cricket Cup when they trounced
the highly touted New Wocdford
XI by a 106-run margin at the
Queen's Park Oval on Sunday
The New Woodford side were
badly handicapped by the absence
of three of their best batsmen at
a stage when they needed 190 runs
to maxe for victory.
Hero of the game was A. Dottin,
Renown's left-hand medium pace
bowler, who capturril 11 wickts
for 61 runs In the match.

Sprint Ace Creates
New W.I. Record At
Thomas Oval
McDonald Bailey, Trinidad sprint
ace, who created a new West Indian
record for the 220 yards event at
the Thomas Oval on Wednesday,
August 9. returned to Trinidad over
the week-end.
Bailey told a "Trinidad Guar-
dian" representative that he had
hit peak form for the Olympiad.
He stated that at no time cf the
race he was really pressed hard.
and had he known he was inside of
J. R. N. Cumberbatch's time. he
would try to go all out In an effort
to lower it even more.
Bailey did the distance in 21.2
seconds, which betters Cumber-
batch's time by .3 of a second.
Cumberbatch did 215 at the
Queen's Park Oval in 1939.
Bailey was the last member of
the victorious Trinidad team to re-
turn from B.G. He came second to
Georyle Lewis In his great 100
vardi rin in which he was clocked
in at 9.4.

competition when yesterday afternoon they scored an easy S-0
triumph over 'Queen's Royal College on the Association ground In
front the stand. -- -- I

Maple played without big,- burly
centretWalf Prior Jones, and star
full-back John Sampson, but des.
pite this the College boys never
really worried them.
The Royals nearly equalised af-
ter Maple had got an early goal,
then Maple increased it to 2-0
before the Interval and added a
third goal in a desultory second
Maple scored after fAve minutes'
play, Phil Doughln, their new
goal-scoring machine, beating
Q.R.C.'s McMIlian from close up.
Right after this M. Clarke, Royal
forward, nearly made the scores
level by banging a bullet to goal.
but Hugh Sealy got it in fine style.
A run-through and centre by
Sonny de Silva nearly earned an-
other goat but the forwards
College worried the Meple de-
fence at times in the midway
stage, but Doughlln made Maple's
position almost secured by smash-

Dottin also hitup 4i runs In Re- -- --- i a'n Ino te second goal.
nown's second inn ngs. lnycinthemsecondc half, a
The scores follow: lengthy scrimmage occurred In
MaLIowN-ltui innings: Maple's goal, but Scaly saved a
L. .l.irmiOim11c7h Piai b BC reb 7 T enni dangerous position.
G. Toy Loy c Jslison b Andrews .... 21 J Maple's third g-al came when
iA. in;ti Jl j k,, r e rBabb .. 27a c ntre-half eorg. Cumberhatch,
A. ADxntier nor out C .... 4- headed in a corner taken by Sonny
H. Ahlexander not out....41 de Silva.
H. Mahsabir c Ar'br b Thonimon .... 6 The open singles inal of the! Mr. H.Burnett refereed the
B. Ali c Bibbt b Arndrewls ....21 snle ial of the1 r
C. AUlIton run out de 3 Marine Square Lawn Tennis Cub match.
C, on0 cn 0.co .cr3....... tournament between Harold Noth- Following were tl,? teams:
B. Biskasoar e Jsck-son b Vares 0
g. nrex c PJinasid b t;aria ........ 0 "nagel and C. Thevenot will be Q.R.C.: K. McMillan: L. Ross,
J. Davi>reu Plnaod b '"ra piled off on Friday. C. Phelps: R. Rawllns, K. Leacock,
ul Extras ..................... 4 embers are invited to bring C. Gopaul; T. Bates, K. Trestrail,
'. their friends. D. Maingot, M. Clarke, R. C. Raw-
Total................ ................ TODAY'S MATCHF-9 l Uns.
;; Singles Plate matches to be MAPLF: tH. Scaly: H. Em-
played this afternoon at the Marine mnntlel, C. Turton; C. Davis, 0.
NOWLINO ANALYSIS Square Club courts are: Cumberhatch, V. Rockl; N. Clarke,
0 M w G. Montes d., Oca v. A Agostinl. p. Douglin, T. Joseph, A. Gan-
H. acdon .............. 0 22 0' N. Negron v. G. de Ve(rteuil. teaumie, S. de Silva.
H, BabbI ............ .... .... A 1 2" 3 0_________
B. Oarcia ................ ..... 6 1 24 2- 0
C. Andre&................ ,2 0 30 21 ntrmediate
4. Thompson .. 4 0 27 Intermediate S sorts Map To
T o .oo ... . ,,,Sports, Maple Top
NEW WOOAFORD-ls t innIn r s b I
N woeoRooo.i, innng,1 Matches For Today League Standing
IC. Archer c Bussesur b Dotin. .4,M th sFo o i
1 Verwayne b Dotlin ....
H,. Babb Ilbw Dollir, . ...... S
G. Doauas b. Doltin Two intermediate matches will be
C Andrews b D1tin ..... o played this afternoon on the The 'T'.A.F.A. League standing t.
H. Jacison lbw AlexAnder ...... 2 ...... Queen's Park Savannah. They are: date shows that Sporting Club and
I.. H I' I~i l S'1 run 1111
B. ChB Mooire b Alexander St. Mary's v Notre Dame on New Alaple ale snaring the top berth
'-hompson nt ou0 x ..... o ground. Rt:eree: Mr. K. Laughlin. witii eignt points each, but Shy
A. Pinardi h Alexander . 0 Sporting Club v Czlts on 2nd Spoils nave an advantage having
K:X1,80 .. I class ground. Referee: Mr. Sedley only played four matches, while
Total. 3 Agostini. the colourtul Maple have had five
BOWLINO ANALYSIS Colts' team will be V. Crichlow: encounters.
A. DoIn w c-. Hart 'Capt., N. Winn: L. Feet Air Arm are holding the
i.. innim 2 ............. ......2 0 o i .Joseph, L. Morris, E. Hackahaw; T. third position with six points, after
8. Aleandier 7.5 2 i0 3 Mark, J. Bolden, P. Peterson, S. playing four matches, whi e Sham-
IC.NOWN--2nd Innings: Liverpool, R. Joseph, rock and St. Mary's a&e tied with
L. ILutthmardiilgh c Pinlird b I'lonillsocn 11 aar a'l U rirr W lin n H l -
.. lutoy c Chmein C PUou b JaciTh on 0 Reserves: B. Harding, J. Williams five points.
Ci. 4uy tOy c Cnlee Mdool, b Jaciksorn i[
I.. inniss low. Jackson 2 IN SOUTH Following is the table:
A. Dottwn b (;arcla .. 4:, Trinidad Guardian Correspondent Guile
S. Alexander c Grca b Thompson I l SAN FERNANDO, Aug. 21-Carl- P W I. I 1) A I'.
8. MAhiabr b Gaici* ...........bI trn will oppose Spitfire in thile open- Sporting Club 4 4 0 0 13 1 8
c oulaton run out .. ................... 3 ing match of the S.A.F.A.'s. inter-' Maple ....... 5 4 1 0 8 4 8
B. Bilsesiar ibw. Andres ... ..... mediate league at Skinner Park on Fleet Air Arm 4 2 0 2 12 6 6
,. Derepux noti t b Andr OWednesday afternoon Both teams Shamrock .... 5 2 2 1 6 6 5
J. Davis Mild. wkpT. b Andrews .... 0
Extra ............ ... .... .... ...... comprise some promising youngsters St. Mary's .... 5 2 2 1 3 6 5
and the game promises to be a keen Notre Danime .... 5 1 2 2 7 7 4
aOWLING ANALYSIS 8 r. on e., a theICasuals..........5 1 1 5 10 3
Mr. Johnn Aleyne wil carry the Colts .,.............. 4 2 23 3 5 2
0 0 2 Jwwhistle.o I QR.C. ............ 4 0 4 0 12 0
H. Jackson .................. ........ M wh t .i1. 352
. Thompson . ..... 3 0i 18 s 1 2- -
H. B bb ...... ........ ..... ...... 5 i 20 1 ,---_-
B. Garcia ............ ..........' 1 13 2
C, r2... o Daniel
NEW wooo o--nd i .ngs., aniel Scores M- ern Beat Police
I. Verwayne c Maheblr b Dottin 12M ovn/ n e Polrce
B. Girclaa tipd. wkpr. It Dctln ..... :21 Af1 K litIC 111 rlrkll 6 --1 1 T L G a m e
H. Jcson b IsAlxandr ........... .... 86Runs iln Hour 6-1 In T rophy Game
H. Babb Ibw. Dottin ...........1.. .. 2.. 1
C. Archer blow Ali .... Trinidad Guardian Correspondent. Malvern defeated Police by six
B. Chee Muoke b Dottin ............... PIARCO, Aug. 21.-Francis Dan- goals to one as the preliminary
0. Dnuglas b Dottin i. iel hurricane batsman of Plarco, rounds of the F.A. Trophy series
A. Pinard not out
L. Kidney. I. Thompson, C. piled up 86 runs in one hour to rot underway yesterday in the
Andrews absent. Help his team to a score of 227 T.A.F.A. Second Division. Carlton
Extras. .............. ... runs in handing out an Innings Hinds netted three goals, Syl
Tol ............... ...... lacing to Mahaica, in the fifth Hinds. Ivan Ashtlne and Paul Carr
round of the Los Lomas cricket scored one each.
SoWLING ANALYSIS competition on Sunday. "Trinidad Ouardian" won the
0 M K w Norman Kalyan enoed up with a other game scheduled frcm.,Pre'ton
L. Innis............... ....II I 0 bag of six wickets for 11 runs in by default when Preston failed to
A .) .~nI i 4 0 42 a0 m t c`
5. A0d D o n helping to skittle out Mahaica for field a side.|
B. Ali a Ila mere 60 runs, scored in both
ventures at the middle. t 'llllll lllllllll HI iill IIIIIIII
---- ~The Piarco Xl have played F oi
through the competition un- or Better S ns-"
Strollers' Inter-club deleated so far.
Table Tennis Series L7.S. Navy Depot "Five" I APPLY
In preparation for their Inter- Table Tennis I MODERN SIGNS
club championship tourney, the Beaten At Table Tennis I DERN SIGNS
table tennis section ot Strollers rnia ivlian p e idr CHACON S. upstairs )
Sports Club have planned a series TrinIdad civilian emptoyeeq mnidr U 17 CHACON ST. (upstairs)
ot inter-club games the first of the captaincy of A. Faltine haMd- S Reflecting Signs
which 'well be played tonight atd out a 5-0 drubbing to the lti n Engraved Name Plates
ther cubromsat San Juan at Navy Net Depot table tenanlsts In ~Egae aePae
their^ clubroomsSK ^^ Wooden Letters Cinem.1=
7.30 between team skippered by a friendly table tennis series at the 3 Wooden Let'ers Cinema
Mr, V. John and Mr. C. Butcher Warehouse on Tuesday night. Slides and Painted Signs.
respectively. Following are the scores with the
M STEAM: V. John, Net Dpot players first mentionedI 5.
N.M Almandoz,O H. Balbi,'singh, H. Lt. Walter lost to C. Liber 21-16.MJy 'Phone 5202 or "Ill.
Parris, E. Thomas. Reserve: S. 16-21, 21-15.'
Gilkes. Dianro lost to G 's-don 21-9, 17-S ulllHIHIIII ImllIIlllllllHliIllllllllh
MR. BUTCHER'S TEAM: C. 21, 21-17.
Butcher, A. Sowerbos, V. McLetchie, Laanza was defeated by Faltine
B. Rattan, A. Phipps. Reserve: C. 21-17, 21-18.
Reyes. 0|Kz2l2a. lost to L. Chapman 22-
Reyes.20. 34-22.
Valentine was defeated by Chap-1
man 21-16, 21-13.
Glasgow Rangers Win
BIn Scottish Soccer
-- GLASGOW, Aug. 21t C C) -las-
gow Rangers. Scottish_ Southern
League champions, showed mid-
Sseason form on Saturday. s mashin
SSt. Mirren 6---I n the feature
game of Scottish football.
Dumbarton beat P, trick Thistle
4-I. Hearts defeated Falkirk 3-1.
IIn the Scottish north-eastern
league, Arbroahleoh beat the fancied
D~mndee United 2-1.
SceyTo Celebrate
Anniversary On Sunday ,( FrI il
CAUUTrinidad Guardian Cprreapenit. R
Members of the Navarim Leanni D .C A E
end Trasding Benefit Friendly,
S society will celebrate their a I*
versary o wzAgs 7
CHOCOLATbII" There will be proeso ato .'
Paul's Anglican Church at 11 ,m.
IRIAUTNG San Fernando
V* VV* tatt w CAL SCHOOL
RAN FERNANDO -,-,wr.. s. ..a i.,
Ineassa to inW& .. j I 077CZ i MYo 55vive8 that

w.to Iapply .a
V sdl- a be rMwam W
l~U seomitis peslt,

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Nine vacancies exist in the above
school for the term stating Sep-
tember 1044. Candidates for entry
must attain the Age of li during
14., i.e. must have been born in
All boys who wish to compete for
the vacancies must present them.
selves fo the Dtrsnee atanmna-
tion which will hbe heMld at the

Cs f*0ool a turda. and September
'A SCIIDR4 0N t 1 .an, -
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properties in San Fenmando In!
*rre.rs of rates and charges up to
and Including the year 1942 will be
sold by public auction at the Town
Hall. ean Fermando, on Tuemay
the 1lth day of September, Im44, at
1.30 pa.

Town CIsL
Town Hal.
San ftrnando.
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R. Dottin Hits

70 Not Out In

Trinidad Guardian Correspondent
TACARIGLUA. Aug. 21.--,nterest-
ing cricket waa witnessed on the
Orange Grove recreaticrnground
on~ud^0'' rere* groun>"d
on Sunday as the Orange Grove
seatmi-final fixture witn tue teams
of the western zone Barataria
and Invaders- striving for finalist
A tine Innings of 70 not out by
R. Dott,n, whlo opened up for
Barataria, and a deadly bowling
spell which Included the "beaver
trick'" by Rupert Ramsaroop, for
Invaders, were the main features
of tie day's play.
Helped by some patchy fielding,.
Barataria, the atvouied 1944 cup-
holders batting flrB, seemed in tur
tall scoring and reached 108 tor
tour. But the steady trundling at
Rupert Ramsaroop, who aiter
making a procession of the bats-
men by dismissing three of them
with his last deliveries of an over,
came on again, and with the first
ball sent back R. Singh before h,
cou.d score.
The score was then 132 for eight,
with four batsmen returned for
nought: but the remaining bats-
men rallied to reach a total of 161
runs when stumps were drawn; R.
Dottin 70 not out, B. Bhagan 20,
C. Jackson 27. K. Bhagan 14, and
B. Soorkhar s8x not out. while In-
vaders' Rupert Ramaaroop boggezl
five for 17, and J. Ademolah and
S. Razac one wicket rach for 10
and 22 runs respectively.

Bradford To Play
Crescent Today
Bradford will clash with Crescent
this afternoon In a Northern Lea-
gue match.
Bradford will play: B. James; 7.
Wilson, F. Badnock: H. I.,racl. W.
Thompson, R. Julien: M. Julien, 0
Worrel, C Weekes. L. Johnson anii
R. Pedrick. Reserves: K. Delpeshe,
L. Belle and T. Sidney,


!2a Harpe Place-part empty'-
4 lo'A building site, approximately
70x220; Road in front and ri.er
at back, water and light on land-
Santa Crux, near La Venezuela:
also several building lots near
workers' home, LaventilUe.
Large and small loans on mort-
Norman David-Feveck,
20 St. Vincent Street.

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In Oil and In eTomat. auce

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AUGUST, 1944

AT -
3 Scott-Busbe Street
AM 2 P.M.
By Instructions received from
Mr. M. J. Kirralani to sell by Pub-
lio Auction ths following:-
6 Cubic Ft. O.E. Refrigerator,
R.C.A. Radio and Radio-Phone
with Automatic Changer, 4ft. 6
Simmons Beds, 3ft. 6 Simmons
Beds, 4ft. Simmnons Bed, Ift. 0
Spring Filled Mattressaes. 4ft.
Spring Filled Maitress, 3ft. 6
Springs, Fibre Mattress, Simmons
drawing Room Imported Suite,
Morris Suite, Wicker Spring Fled
Suite. Wardrobes with and without
Mirrors, Dressing Tables with Mi'-
rors, Glass Chinese Cabinet, Bed-
room Cabinets, 1 Dining Suite
and I Sideboard, Chinese
Tables, Side Tables, Canadian
Chairs, Leatherette Chairs, Card
Table, H'.nd made Camel
Hair Rugs, Electric Irons, Electric
Toasters, Electric Reading Lamps,
3 Burner Oil Stove with Oven, Cut-
lery (Spoons, Knives and Forks),
Porcelain Ware. Glass Ware, Porce-
lain Tea Set, Enamel Bread-Pan,
Clocks, Cli'ia Vases, Aluminum
Pots and Pans. Brass Ash Trays,
Brass Bell, Brass Vases. Folding
Ironing Board. Mosquito Net, Por-
table Monev Box, Linens, Blankets,
Curtains etc., Kitchen Safe, Step
Ladder, Enamel Ware, Pictures.
And other Items would appear
on day of Sale.
Auctioneer. -


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House built of Stone con.
Lining 6 Rooms, Lavatory,
Storeroom, Open Gallery
Bath. Kitchen, Servants
Room and Watch House.
Very Healthy Good lahi
and Sea Bothins.
Petite Caivlguy
on Mainalud
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From BG. League Victory Over Q.R'C.
SMaple chalked up another wIn in the T.A.P.A. First League


well-known as popular GUEST HOUSE, wio f -
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August, i'at., at 2 p.m.

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MANAGER Io Th. 1^ S5?r?2 1v 4 f ai triiK COMP 3gH WANTED. YOUNOGRAML ro GL- LAD metor Al pac at @&at f / (t. Johnston. 'Phone 1761 or 1 owr WBywCULR OA ofo *AourBAR.DIS dr.liTlgw ielohed and -
witah inod hetaade; ng 2,nd Svr.C. f D Can,"* otrJunioret.ok sirabl pepe "s beattoothi TteeFordae.-asg shBst ic h!._Excls..el.caltl. sq. iPtO.r Rt T by$Town3Offitepppl y I no i l Chand sartin g Pc/ Ival. wo dOea.-rtedtver life Augutg mem ory
2le orIntallatioBn3 RE CAN REPA-IRIA PocIio. Apply Parry Thre*. I ,t. 'iG MARTIN. LDan'.:WisDd wih 1 1.111 rL B Bi3---A 1 G d -spt R1 lt
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t In n striasEe trica lequ ip. adit 'yor car atth e price you wat I UiSCELLANEOUPID R SALM JISEs ORtret. SAn Fernando.-AuO. F3. Cheap. Hwa teMn S C3 ns TELa PHONy OPRATO required i orn partot 2,lA 1041.t aa Auut 30, 1942 (d
hav exSperinc ialT- l ou Fo Me A T TESN whYsI o Tio -o fo teNTION PALOUR & ROCR MPTT ALLA DRUinA s1. MpI ut sor s E FO R t o C- o v) Apewy 0, a rta Cohldby. pTotah tD. Ba t rvatbadepoild by poga.a -W.SedrA r ve"-ot Tw ears do v te u. four heart *ll .: mi
3& Aug. 22. VERT SMALLI BM<111 PIANO. John*"-"n.8"nld Krt.Ag.2. ETTVAUT.B"1 * wu>' Bp or.,>,
-"D. URGENTLY. EMALE -P ",. Er 'sCandies CO. 11 Charlot. ttreet.1._"t S1 .0 J ; -- _., -,, cant house. Real;, barklav Tab u :l. RELIABE. GENERAL MAID, willing O Ra Hlph dear w Ion. for You, -en.e 'I1s
co"' i- olPri. P rarnld Rad"ipo.' PPrmow l t. Bu le r Ng s Stron. moss Lo drBO. Trleord iron TO-A-. p-tte.-.--.- MONTSenRRAT. /s E e d-e epUi n. Appla lu ly t he clttt.- t lov and o rf e could datl h prevent, I
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WriteBAp 3-1 i0o"buand d .. Ka isr Btat i the C alypra ontae. eonrDerp se sitCu, Cheapted uin .Lous 0 im; sthomCs.ELY itD Comfo', able, 4 Hl m-- -- tr /are. G d 21.
a.In nExtt rosg outerickr et ot Aied t rl h P 3-. f.ro :. orehor.o San .u ... toore forAL E TAT rUe.ACC OU NAN R UIREDf o Taer Mem o ni e of th t -wo uld. t ilb. l y
t- A 5 himi. T an g E t b i n -d l nr ird BlLo-lI. W It ellIt. m i Ar(. e o I3.- I n O C. d _l . .. , .t. .o. A- ] l V I I r o l ni r. ,
A2222TE ~ *O IrdiaL,, COMPANY. Five BareTION tTo4obrlmwmnnegrth bOaut gro-Augi2 o FUR NISHED. 08 ( URA STr EEl 202 acre.t .U B shd W TE. COoK. 2CiptlaHiP RlOPERT lesCWo thin -lovinerts .oncera ld o
e B 0r tCA S VI CTORY A fT'R i O.T O I P .aIu r o eo hlan A p -.-ion citi Strt. .1 o On O SLEPh se. Drl3,4Frd-iceSt. tLoue and'3o TA O tLrg Ea Pi ym.o u.... f.ulo l pi ulas --.O.. . 1. A g 2 t. F rIed ods h .r ma.y thnkt.I wiod pth er ahla d
Apt hel |t-yI PourkS Wtl -__2)_____1dthynwhekS.______ ____ -,Pop...- W .-g M. iTBfI.omy, 40 PemrloTAttt.- Aw .f. ult rWP. *tl B .1rom uson W infdB*y., Augut 21. 1940.
4 a fur Sou CHIOP R Ar ..bCToC 371. 70 Pe turaktrit.-Sp. 20. tl Margarita. ovArlookng T Augudtine ARSAtOStearg ebi MOngRi a thU13Woft J.i 3. o th eepr must be b le t or sd,

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0 {3 L ADY CA SHIMR & FIINGht as- TH~iIE TDU CSXI PHYSICel I IAN. He TMPTY MEL PR 'iz AlsBuretG s k oywA uthisn Ltd- ,--p-:- -. .. 3 Cncn p art"y. Ab*M-",. Street W-.Nd" ri'/ the week ending SptmerI.--,C 2 vrot.ui,-A;. 6,"t Phno.. / ...()Nw ugaoI II Mnay usdyan tdfddyir acn Car sinr oe
cet k po ;y eln sM Ing~e. t --Aug.l i~ ~ m w Pup apyt 22- WsBsbor Dadlt t. ela ch.an Exrien loa lity... ), ft.l W od~lRin th t lg. tu3~ o type Apl n w hadriig / BASOOLI-1 ever-~lo ing mImo.y U
Wis. H K enned y & CofIt Lati ,and Rx UDel s heNm Nll ER ING Chiropracticr ReAI atOese1-- Applyeear-- T.... n... 14. .D-E.G -MAR -N.........Lnd wih.....Chea. "530trinidadadia n Thursdayand Th27nevo r canbeloed Ralphbwh
aT/ li wit- h We reelsMi nsit. ATTE TIOhlroU R i IsA- OR! 11 SMAR. T STRc;I P. 1ImmTAiael.y i b e- RU E. 4 acres landet" LaPl-n 1. ........ OPERATOR r/u0tefpr, por tceid this lf"e ass t 20, 1942o' eoall

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sWL AppofyIDurak Ee c t. A ari c k s. ttell yurorcati Hatlthe Stpr ioe y ou a t. Dresi ngTalNeO s; iO ingS a ble I amses stree. 'P anFe 63 rnan 7.do-Au 23. Cnut .MD hms n no G tdns ato e h erttas4 fe lw ti h

rAi1. t I No.Fredeel.n ttrreet. 'P Ao e624d GA"DRUlas C. Apipn t;t-BAllycsI Cae Iti 9. Apply Ch.alMrntO I r a. B-a rgain. t 0. ivr ast o al .ll seB. sto el stb. li-h-.deSM 10 it. on ft hs u ets
Wrt..Bo. ..-. ... Guaria .tic- LoPp, n aorl t. cA Ds ott ti t YI -t ons, A Ti d iron Maaoaed. o-R---410sep,14104 casetoNeo t rust.- I-lvlni.--red.d h p"U ,N "r T N us ----------reenta
LSCT ADY.E TO TRiIM. SELEandK ai BCa lls~. 01 Or ange. Leo n Do ps BNu Che! a p QuNick. LoisPT Bll an lhrnlit 8to.& JuaL AJJEr 22rrn ac"-dw Nres.k $3,0 t. Sundare. Augr 1 po24. Thy on.-u would spent ...a
wEx stera o ,1St e r t ,Icc- hROo ug.22.te5td",ec t oro:5 C alteA g 23 daym r s o earth sthill oe

gel y inoT ilorlngf Estabishment. Ag." 30. PMET. Iu IO BL UE FLA STo V0. I -plt jot. B I.ll n jO.l Pitmaci, MGold4A.O WIddlA Rln SladI (E-. A----- l ItefLir lentInOt e gi en, 0I]
Sax. -131OSEPH. ,,E RREIaRA.' M IAGT-bR nes x ele ceet i on dileBd axd ineIn, wiheer ,-. -ALI TUET.. O./R D frTR oAm newrs. cedte t. onthePolob tgr w In ,, eann,
AUNIOn kLEbuy sell.ecomrend'dor h lend for you, Bno;*Spr'ngonesSADDLEROAD oerlooking GolfSStreet.rBOARD .34 IN rUaTRIAL .2TRAINING. e-Wfaher, Frede PeellmumAyldaddy,
GOO REERNCE ad si'.lgCt f rwsddsa Wer enfotacollNewCt A 21 brotfehers osanENOLNW OR TE ihalms ed so-e

j eidats ofits e cmp o ont as eseentifilng Y5 1 4 d e ickrStrederick streSt. rf i r.lled AMrettr SP Fred7eric Cur seL- I oVe-R lonT HOT'colBE.snd stthislitfeC onAu New Brand1DtlL14 1i94l2 Asro Roy Vtoria Isotitte The ,Tthc.

fuss.IRTDRLrde 1KERAitENE I24 AO.go ok ha.... t IndieenC iearod ary im ldcAsocia Stre-et.all modene ri-c Con"Inutonan ot .llals le. i ll e oSr-l td an meo y -n o

w m - e uitlnl I "ilIOl K alnot Ii, l-Sept.lt 9J j3ERCO+ f STRE ET a ndos 27 "I -' -" '" last Exai naO{tion.1 c or respond vent* CU"
.sun' 1O0 wit h.. p MORpec o r ieif -Ai 24 .l .o o i ti Csap n ater, Stret t posse.sion. $3-, 20.e L g *u f- 2 R t Fonot Gelma I nd s pos i Q9u 2. Que. Ap.y .to.. .- ... rn Mod, bes mter i C. o wiuie honi t ep wsried .iatl. h

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lldll~l ... | AT WLIJ AII UallINII. n Dlh e B1n VreERYai ACTIEhl Htoue ONEW 2 I BE DROOM BUNGALOW st ~ l.' B usies P tr~leti Pa rk St . 51 .500 Sper 4o -1944 Th ulds. -Actin Su 7in from u on~r Weosiy Athe ist x 21l 1040
sIow APplyn 10 Quee I'S arko.CHR WeeCNt -. .av i- u tg .Tomsll clam.N ow Cha2rotme wol.-Aug.t e.t en *p. ...r. tt hor 08 a.HO 1 m i...sAot. -.___ -
^11M C T-m usT h cLE-R HEl R.I. S TL ... .P.YSIC I e MI PT2. EP-I--..5o. in Du. t t Auske B ,oy A u soinoLetd.lant d B WENISHlE Rpet A nrt S E et .id M. (or dpu ri l te -- w k enin e-- p b fer l- Av tie Isee Edw1 t elld e
-iRO .RCTI0. PDacia. ofA St ram St ?.- pt. 20A.o w i sth PM dargarit ovpwerlooig St. Augutine. It Lnagnn le store Buindesys Pro- t13 Pnd entppy o ClaswAn l be, inattendants A igh is from.LA.. orU.T. householdtSo ua gev

n I f.Aen nd A Mtd rt teta oant e t rsG tl A Spn treca S t lasi pl y to6 noeut..'thnreer trt -Sept.S 2. I new BungajOrlow. ALutrt Mrh prr- Gl ondaay T d nad Iynitiman ch ai r ilsn the ho1
ANTED .AT ONCE /ALF-DAT lit-Dr _iss L ovl D C P h1 c. Compress OR, all coplt with m .tor, 1 b~ind 1t05 Cirutlar Road.s i11mmed ate For ProerdtOiesBlb andI Selng ria foo.30 toII pPm..Tto receive~l .. Day of . sana tlo in O..U.o,

IOha&in se #a)-con. aIR 1./I,".F. .wING NAU^ C& ior tarrieSM --01111402p-rug. o-.Augyt l voll 24. 11-10,II0037RahL.AIBidn ); Ladly sd aluts igna l Gol LAD.... ALEPUB ICUCTI N Tpa, Ad 1 p --u$.C-I TRUBLS. a. ..,SCIIIIIII.Li-ted 4-t-I Geoge tr--. 3."an uan
C 'MN --r-$---tLwh teP--rati -c----.:---t c" ro AU.. 20tt Stuo andt ent T 2rolt.wAsude nt. A wt Gnt.1 Rie qr the cet Persedo oftn fw. 0lA US l
MI AppyIra. t .t Jae -rb a the N T, ANS et TKDre es dinngr Tbles Dipl ninT ae1 pOSsra e sonal 'Phon 6 234 or a de l. Connsl. J 2 MOD,. Thmas. art Drtraint c pla.ryss wIl bere id Fortodaylhasd brougt betrSe usiiatl the C
AnaoW tIf dies Chirop rau"c.fticbAoition cyce. Ring 4yo .-Au g. 2.o t dSt.t41o21 9,I s M sI nRo Ad. easehnsol. itront dail from students at prusentin4the Memo.ri2.,e s ffournyeaTru eso.
DR OkEPlaEREIa.toRmGIA DY Eceletcod6 o: Sigl Sd aedVicet STREET. 8 904 22.K lAhly t6 iks tee,?Wfr hept o m e tdnso h 1tadRd M REL-n oigmmr fo

D CION WANTED Regi.- sered ep. 1 '+.o ROYAL N L LD.Y'.S B,. house, emp. y re. o Se Pa.d m,,. a l t, O..I; J,..;o" N"CE. EY" S'epte'.. e-rr.m . m- Au. 2/1 : e ov tter te pacie w 1ho ^de-
NIO L E. w t N 9mm-d RRIA.u tr. P ratHor formOrlt NewO C (nEewt: Crp vs Bed Spin- t SADL O.A D o vrlookig olft -I EN OL .N .W .. FOR/ ...ha.. ..,_A Plane'elst
piCMAle ek m ly etD asT t I GHst filng Yo rk' 1 rdra k tT ree opoi te st filled oaltr esa. l 'P on t6473.-Aug. f 26 Cou rse ltp tts ciai iii tlNo o (fe abv cotr n Term3'r.Lok att Oxfor Commerc*a School Ian pt'tt thte_ r in f el onmnli a AuCus 21. 1042.
eleth8a; s Xiwi" y 4ltylm A s. as por general office work Wallg toR d
at~ emailAN salary.AN arit ft dt ~ ft t 11 M ary pCrllegel 'Phpone 5654. l MemberosOr. HEi Hd.< IIPRINGl< to rATTRvey *hotlyCndsh-y 'refused.r, P lApplyt 31 N nnucuraion 0 Road.-c LOST w ed ^ ^
O a brd'a .-55 T.~ w Co3ct L"1Ango-e I"ndiBBs Ch irorcl AsscaIo,I terms, isL OU1 or~ Frodric *ndsU5 *>ly cildb MrA. . Fenado Hundred per- cn success at Y oulef eidsme brL X oken he arts^ ^^
tA 25 atAug 22 Tha-W& SAc i .S.t hes id nreersindwill

POSIB.-- T IO ltgsee -Sc" "im. i a. r M>nhy t R W ORRKS SU TE Cas and uterm I6 0. &Dm RCROmlth STREET. andcf V 21e FL AT PREt Eou. H O tl Inches l ong No. las ExamI natiB.Co aone Aouse That~l love d you so_., sincee to bort -T^ ^
A 3. N ILS D ESIRES S, C U e rlck Street-Aug. 2p l Q SMt r ee. R al piyc D etSi .cng an ild 21 w Bth stringoay nd part of celu loid gi v n -oe ts .a bIC- le vine wi mo tier en L -

ORS------ lto l1"1- AL ay ATINIIAlIiI Internet nt 441 street . ... cityt 01 U2.. Mo rta sUtU-Au g ot tl*o do "^"^ ^ K378..g .... %7 NO. 1 a ih Street
lO SLEsiving__ a rrtMS.iT M (nt- 1"1 ONE ONLYhBAB'o S tCA ET.CR13 in .obt y,' 4.. Pebr'o ke Ste-Au._2.13 '^ 24. I-- buckle attached Reswasro n RWetur t o wr..
wa llW__ Ca R f ml M.- .IN A nn.A.... -_ UM l lPON:4 L aMdroton- I d,2.* d .O ladors T WID1 6 41 t O I o f, Idl it IIC ll I Vol21tM FORO FA LE LoCI-- on th Ieor om, cen I a m f

i JLM~ot~t~ 14riaoin *Iwt to ltb --. .. .... rout*_. ndy (o ._lourin mpo~un . ,ol e~l. n w~rtli M a o~d 2. mlliut i -i troy' A, __ .- W| ao Btl RR-- PLM-UtH-. --?-~lEiaet lnh Boel on-I---u --
FUZ do thouseworksorIbe a chici's le 6FredrickS trit- a lg 9 cn ta In 3 ng bedrooms. witer. i HOUSE. ALMOST NEW. SiRsver4Road,
S-olstf CRrIOPiter; 2 cows O d, a pparatus a. 36` 1 20 r Aug. 3. sntne c a ni n R n Bt. lr lots of(rented land; BETWoEN Sanl3 LANE s* od daravnd it ---oe .-. Typly Lo Ta uie p ow ;

insons 099Lt Buab *tr-t t Cu r equ- c rays.^A -K O t, IL; wOORCA ,, two attch~ed hoo. yt plates ca n o be Chu rchll Rooseel Hswall Goodt viewp~. exlct l lls*t fo( bodes bov.ain 4600atd C.fOC SI GU A i t ha~t vlub le freeholdR
tCA Sl. I -u .I n KI C A 4E.Tit. fIwlorme r sligtllly DR UM rn in g 80 d to 'd puaORSienirw won ON w NORf Stret S u nd a onaug I r. hone 4424-Au g 00. 2I ..rb
pm ad10 prn--u F T p y E ARN IREL deIN TOUR OWN MODERN BUNGALOWS. Soingod a 'Ring. 1eldLpat teArDnRD DIMUMIO am R.I L. -,E

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M 4th for Do ctor egicN r L h arerPs. SeD1r4. uphol0ter t welvel sserons Prie Speed f rom-.ohueo 20b Green.Stree. Arna--Asiu.22. Aug.. 2.At e1
CK-A 3. 2. PHO ED 681 TeaMILeret Mth 05 M- Ag24iuan,91Drd. plyMnRb

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S A N r E M A X D O s o y g ,O SERI NE M E R cr511 'S o s n e Mts t olltdb yeO~ ft sdwik 4 O D ts '6 A lree o S tet..un p u a nd 2 istly o f riaA v nucL. s tN o.f 21 I.I- B l m o tO .Mho n ,S..- ua re;1sra d ,m o n e d 0 to11 1a t7S tp ly fH .1011PSo a raho w e s il e ,C tlshoe. 6mG rSb Kreddk i S ane aS m itja F aai od.IC la u d e c m p ri irgs haAC R

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M 'iIZo L Hft VinIcen t tstret Jailediquanti tt y of Punchoo R -u l"owInyrd FO |C ERS.veniences dia No. I* FOTORS frOR. SALErMs *stt upt-a F aR SALytcEGt Nove llfct,

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Ca mbridg, e No ci a rs Melt r e unio s ,a nd app eralu Twoactan i tf i gsred up, od s-atuic let 9, SM'- onAining 1 cornr o f S. w ildal i t $Oconditeoned. TyrMr. gooR. D.Somaoifertor dn o l uumte 544 LXAoli D4
'Ph "T.one SOBSpac ialtarqunyrans.-epet. s r rfiutrs fr mnhy cn RW OK Iad one a Ie~ tbuven ven i thstce ets.CSuccensan iRoad e L. a FrHacdng ETERIAI M tnT exch.,Co a nge fOUL RY NDSednUPhonES48,M.0 IO L N htvlal reo
SOUs. Don y. with.Cs-toao W W atfr tefrle, 10 e ta r atace o t. p latest anIS beOM hurclle.-Roosvt1 Ba g hain S Goodesiew.n Dodig BmbyadClut (I i).HC- nd sbude on heN rh
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totrued dressesAplyG.Mein.andldSt Ons 29u A A. sWardPopioo-Aug.13 ELE FE .
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a r-d chngerpic-up.EGGS isMurryWLOTLY NEWNOUSEllatdtsodel phon. Dums. 20&KthletcSreetsot
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Asco!Jg,00If'lON MTOSl I"-Au.n2dDe, 10Par CRWNDORKS C oucGas.fl.- p, No o. S JunttenMion. Road0. Petit INOWTOENESAFEORBOOKInG. CLatlest In BrowA L ceghorniCc k;po Ia Whitsck an OM Elizabeof Bandrhe Band GitRtSLE I
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